Tommy Ibrahim, M.D., MHA, CPE, FHM, FACHE will join INTEGRIS as Chief Medical Officer in December. Dr. Ibrahim comes to us from Mercy Health Network in Des Moines, Iowa where he currently serves as Chief Physician Officer and Vice President of Medical Affairs. At Mercy Health Network, a 900-bed, not-for-profit hospital system located across four campuses in Des Moines, he oversees a medical staff of more than 1,200 physicians and allied health providers. Mercy Health Network is part of the second-largest Catholic Health System in the country, Catholic Health Initiatives, headquartered in Inverness, Colorado.
As Managing Director and Chief Medical Officer at INTEGRIS, Dr. Ibrahim will be a member of the Executive Leadership Team helping to guide our system’s strategic direction. He will lead the quality, safety and care management functions across our system. Other responsibilities will include: medical staff governance and peer review oversight, physician engagement, accountability and medical staff operations in collaboration with our hospital-based physician executives, committees and administrators.
Prior to joining Mercy Health Network, Dr. Ibrahim served as Divisional Chief Physician Executive at a four-hospital system headquartered in Springfield, Illinois, and he has served in other physician leadership roles at hospitals and health systems in Illinois and Maryland.
Dr. Ibrahim is a board certified internal medicine physician who, in addition to his administrative leadership duties, will continue his hospitalist practice at INTEGRIS. He has published a number of research studies and holds the following certifications: Fellow in Hospital Medicine (FHM), Fellow American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), Certified Physician Executive (CPE) American Academy of Physician Leaders and Basic LEAN / Six Sigma Training, University of Michigan.
He received his Bachelor of Medical Science and his Doctor of Medicine from St. Christopher’s College of Medicine in Cambridge, England. Dr. Ibrahim interned and completed his residency at Greater Baltimore Medical Center, an academic affiliate of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. He attained his Masters of Healthcare Administration from Seton Hall University in New Jersey and his Graduate Certificate in Organizational Behavior and Executive Coaching from the University of Texas – Dallas.
Dr. Ibrahim believes in service to the community and currently serves as Board Chair of the Iowa Medical Education Collaborative. He is an active medical missionary and has a passion for improving the lives of families affected by autism. He and his wife, Marian, are proud parents of an eight-year-old son and three-year-old daughter.
He is an outdoorsman who enjoys personal fitness, cycling and hiking. His hobbies include travel, photography, airplanes and automobiles, and he is a fan of football and ethnic cuisine.