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Catholic Health Services Names Chief Quality Officer

June 5th, 2017
Catholic Health Services (CHS) has appointed Jason M. Golbin, DO, MBA, MS, senior vice president and system chief quality officer. Most recently chief medical officer (CMO) for CHS’s St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, Dr. Golbin brings extensive clinical, academic and administrative expertise to this newly created role. As chief quality officer, he will work closely with each CHS entity’s performance improvement team to facilitate the system-wide quality plan and provide onsite regulatory support, among other responsibilities.

“Jason has demonstrated outstanding leadership in maintaining a culture of safety,” said Patrick M. O’Shaughnessy, DO, MBA, FACEP, CHCQM, CHS’s executive vice president and system CMO. “I’m pleased to welcome him to our system-level team, advancing CHS’s journey to high reliability.”

Dr. Golbin is board certified in internal medicine, critical care, pulmonary, sleep medicine and neurocritical care. In addition, he has attained certification in health care quality and management, patient safety, medical quality and patient experience. While serving as St. Catherine’s CMO, he also held the title of director of medical education for St. Catherine. Prior to that appointment, he was associate director of critical care medicine for CHS’s Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center. Earlier in his career, he was in private practice in Bay Shore, attending to patients at Good Samaritan.

Awarded a Master of Science degree from Georgetown University, Dr. Golbin earned his medical diploma at New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYIT-COM), fulfilling his internship at St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital and residency and chief residency at Lenox Hill Hospital. He went on to complete a fellowship at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and later earned a master’s in business administration from Adelphi University.

Dr. Golbin is clinical assistant professor of medicine at NYIT-COM and previously served as instructor of medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Recipient of the 2016 NYIT-COM Distinguished Alumni Award and other honors, he has been invited to lecture and present on many occasions and has authored numerous articles and other publications. Past leadership roles include mentorships and preceptorships, as well as service on task forces, and clinical and medical education committees.