USF Health Leadership

Chief Clinical Officer, USF Health Chief Medical Officer, USF Health Care Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, Morsani College of Medicine Interim Chief Medical Officer, CAMLS

Mark G. Moseley, MD, MHA, FACEP joined USF Health  in January 2017 as the Chief Medical Officer for the faculty practice group (USF Health Care) and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, Morsani College of Medicine.   In this role Dr. Moseley oversees the clinical operations of the faculty practice as well as other areas, including Quality, Safety, Risk, Patient Experience and building strategic hospital partnerships.  Dr. Moseley is also Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Emergency Medicine and sees patients clinically in the Tampa General Hospital Emergency Department.  Dr. Moseley also holds a courtesy appointment as Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management within the USF College of Public Health.  In December 2017, Dr. Moseley was promoted to Chief Clinical Officer for USF Health to oversee day-to-day operations of the USF Health Care faculty practice plan and all clinical care that takes place at USF Health.    

Dr. Moseley is an Ohio native and alumni of the Ohio State University College of Medicine and College of Public Health. He is the first graduate of OSU’s combined five-year MD, Master of Health Administration dual degree program.  He completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Christiana Care Health System in Wilmington, Del., serving as chief resident in his final year of training. Dr. Moseley came to USF from the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio, where he served in numerous leadership capacities for 12 years.  Dr. Moseley was a core academic faculty member, Medical Director of the Emergency Department, and Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs in OSU’s large academic department of Emergency Medicine.  His senior leadership roles at OSU were as Assistant Chief Operating Officer, Medical Director for Patient Flow Management, and Medical Director for Utilization Management; all for the entire 1,100 bed, 5 hospital health system.   

In 2013 he was awarded the OSU College of Medicine Innovation Award for conceiving, designing and implementing the After Hours Clinics; two urgent care sites that see thousands of patients annually in primary care clinics after hours seven days/week.  He is a perennial Top Doctor award recipient in Emergency Medicine since 2011 and was voted by Columbus Business as a city-wide 40 under 40 awardee in 2010.