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Richard Neff, MD, MBA

Dr. Richard Neff serves as the Chief Medical Officer and works clinically as a Hospitalist for Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC) located in Indiana, PA. Dr. Neff was born and raised in Norristown, PA, graduated from MCP-Hahnemann School of Medicine (now ‘Drexel University College of Medicine’) and completed his Family Medicine Residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to his CMO and residency development responsibilities at IRMC, he serves on the boards of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Research Institute and Citizens’ Ambulance Service; seeking to always promote the people and processes that support excellence in healthcare for the people of the rural region he serves and beyond.

Prior to returning to his native Pennsylvania, Dr. Neff served as Chief Medical Officer for Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC), an ACS Level II Trauma Center, which serves the northern half of Arizona.  In addition to supporting facility-based quality and experience excellence, Dr. Neff maintained a regional rural focus, convening regular coordinating meetings with the several Indian Health Service units and non-IHS hospitals. He served on the county multidisciplinary opiate mortality review team, the Flagstaff Shelter Services Board, the Arizona Medical Association Board, and as Vice President for FMC’s substantial air and ground emergency medical emergency services.

Dr. Neff represents the Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania on the PTSF Board of Directors.