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Jonathan Ringo, M.D. - Senior Vice President, President/Chief Operating Officer, Sinai Hospital

Jonathan Ringo, M.D.Jonathan Ringo, M.D. is the president and chief operating officer of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore.  Sinai Hospital has over 500 beds and is the flagship member of the “LifeBridge Health” health system.  Sinai is the state of Maryland’s largest independent teaching and research hospital with tertiary services in trauma, advanced orthopedic, cardiovascular and neurosurgery, neonatal level III, and a full-service children’s hospital.  Dr. Ringo also serves as senior vice president for LifeBridge Health.  Other LifeBridge Health entities include Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, and more than 20 urgent care centers, retail pharmacies, ambulance services, home health services, two accountable care organizations, an assisted living center and over 800 employed physicians.

Dr. Ringo is responsible for the system’s move from fee-for-service to value based care.  The LifeBridge Health Value Based Care Program is one of the most successful Accountable Care Organizations in the state of Maryland.

Dr. Ringo joined the organization in 2014, from Northwell Health System in New York, as the system’s first Chief Medical Information Officer and was also appointed as Vice President of Clinical Transformation leading the system in case management, population health, medical informatics and ambulatory quality.  Dr. Ringo has focused on closing the gap in the communities’ health disparities while developing centers of excellence, strengthening financial and quality outcomes.

Dr. Ringo is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and continues to practice as a laborist at Sinai Hospital’s Labor and Delivery unit, as well as working at the medical practice of Sinai Community Care.  Dr. Ringo attended college at Brandeis University and earned his medical degree from the International University of Health Sciences.  He served as the administrative chief resident of Sinai Hospital during his medical training.

Dr. Ringo has received numerous awards and recognitions in research and teaching, including the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in both 2010 and 2012, and was recognized on Becker’s Hospital Review’s List of Physician Leaders of Hospitals & Health Systems to Know in 2017.  Dr. Ringo currently serves on the Maryland Hospital Association’s Council on Legislative Regulatory Policy.