Research & Publications
Dr. Richard Goldstein is currently the President (interim) and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Northeast Medical Group (NEMG) and a Vice President of Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS). NEMG is the large affiliated network of YNHHS with more than 1200 clinicians covering a geography that stretches from Westerly, RI to Rye, NY.
Prior to this , he served as the President of Central Maine Medical Group and President of the Medical Staff of Central Maine Medical Center. Central Maine Medical Center is the flagship hospital of Central Maine Healthcare for five years. The medical center has 250 inpatient beds and offers a broad and robust range of services that include, among others, a Level II trauma center, neurosurgery, cardiovascular medicine, vascular and cardiac surgery, a bariatric center of excellence, medical and radiation oncology.
Previously, Dr. Goldstein served as the Vice Dean Clinical Affairs and Professor of Surgery at the University of Louisville. At the University of Louisville, he held the Kenneth F. vonRoenn, M.D. Family Chair in Surgical Endocrinology. As the CEO/CMO for University Physician Associates (UPA) Services, he was directly responsible for all the Commercial Payor Contracting and Credentialing of the 450+ full-time clinical faculty of University of Louisville.
Dr. Goldstein was an Associate Professor of Surgery (with tenure) at Vanderbilt from 1997 – 2002. He holds an M.D. (Medicine) from Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, (1982); a Ph.D. in Molecular Physiology and Biophysics from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (1994); and a BA from Amherst College (1978). He completed his Residency in Surgery at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (1990) and he completed a Masters in Health Care Management at Harvard University (2010).
Education & Training
- MHCMHarvard University, Healthcare Management (2010)
- PhDVanderbuilt University, Molecular Physiology and Biophysics (2000)
- MDJefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University