Introducing Dr. Timothy Albert, Executive Medical Director for HHP!

April 15, 2019

Huntington Health Physicians welcomes Dr. Timothy Albert as our new Executive Medical Director! He will provide clinical leadership as well as lead the overall strategic, clinical and operational planning of Huntington Health Physicians.

Dr. Albert, a practicing cardiologist, is an experienced leader in community-based medical groups. Dr. Albert received his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, his cardiology fellowship from Duke University, and his master’s in health care management degree from the Harvard University School of Public Health.

Dr. Albert joins Huntington Health Physicians from Tanner Medical Group, part of Tanner Health System in Georgia, where he served as medical director of a large hospital-owned CMS 5-star multi-specialty physician group. In addition to providing physician leadership and oversight for 30+ offices and over 300,000 patient visits annually, he acted in a lead role for the implementation of Tanner’s EPIC electronic health record system, developed a program to improve end-of-life care, crafted an opioid outpatient monitoring program, and established a new clinical research program, among other accomplishments. Before joining Tanner, Dr. Albert was president of Central Coast Cardiology in Salinas, CA, and Medical Director at the Center for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging, part of Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System.

“Community-based medicine is my passion,” said Dr. Albert. “As the practice of medicine evolves, I’m especially excited for the opportunity to improve the way care is delivered through leveraging technology, best practice and service excellence. Joining Huntington Health Physicians as its leader is a great honor, and I’m looking forward to getting started and introducing myself to the talented physicians in the group – as well as getting to know the wonderful community of Pasadena and beyond.”

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Albert to HHP!