USF Health Leadership
President, USF Tampa General Physicians, Chief Clinical Officer USF Health, Associate Vice President USF Health, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs Morsani College of Medicine
Dr. Mark G. Moseley joined USF Health in January 2017 as USF Health's Chief Medical Officer and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs in the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM). He was subsequently named as USF Health's Chief Clinical Officer, and in this role helped to oversee the day-to-day operations of the USF Health faculty practice plan. He was promoted to USF Associate Vice President in 2020, and Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs for MCOM in 2021. Since April 2022, he has served as the first President of USF Tampa General Physicians, a role he was selected for via competitive national search. As President, he leads the integration of the Tampa General Hospital and USF physician practice infrastructure; leading ~1,500 team members and supporting the practices of nearly 1,000 clinicians. Dr. Moseley is a Professor in the MCOM Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Emergency Medicine, and is a member of the Medical Staff at Tampa General Hospital. He holds a courtesy appointment as Professor in the USF Health College of Public Health and teaches medical students and public health students in the MD and MHA programs respectively on topics such as the economics of health care, practice leadership, professionalism, patient experience, and physician alignment.
Dr. Moseley is an Ohio native and alumni of the Ohio State University Colleges of Medicine Public Health. He was the first dual-degree graduates of OSU's combined five-year MD, Master of Health Administration program. He completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Christiana Care in Wilmington, Delaware, serving as chief resident in his final year of training. He subsequently returned to Ohio State as an academic faculty member in Emergency Medicine and for the next 12 years held progressive leadership roles as Medical Director of the Emergency Department and Vice-Chairman for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Emergency Medicine. His senior leadership roles at OSU were as the system Assistant Chief Operating Officer, Medical Director for Patient Flow Management, and Medical Director for Utilization Management.
Dr. Moseley is the recipient of numerous teaching awards for trainees in medicine and public health at both the Ohio State University and the University of South Florida. He was voted by Columbus, Ohio Business First as a city-wide 40 under 40 awardee in 2010. In 2013, he was awarded the OSU College of Medicine Innovation Award for conceiving, designing, and implementing the After-Hours Clinics model of care. He is also the recipient of the OSU Department of Emergency Medicine's Distinguished Service Award.