Matthew J. Schreiber, M.D., was named vice president and chief medical officer for Piedmont Hospital. He is responsible for the functions and overall coordination of all aspects of hospital medical staff affairs including physician/allied health practitioner credentialing, medical staff office, medical staff development plan, quality management, Joint Commission readiness, inpatient medicine service (hospitalist program) and the critical care/intensivist program.
“During the past seven months, Dr. Schreiber has ably and effectively served as interim vice president and chief medical officer at Piedmont Hospital,” said Robert W. Maynard, president and chief executive officer of Piedmont Hospital. “Since 2003, he has served in various leadership and clinical roles within Piedmont Healthcare. We are pleased to have him as a permanent member of the Piedmont Hospital leadership team.”
Dr. Schreiber’s positions with Piedmont Healthcare during the past six years have included medical director for hospitalist services at Piedmont Healthcare; medical director of case management and chairman of utilization management committee at Piedmont Hospital; physician board member of Piedmont Medical Care Corporation and the Piedmont Clinic. In addition, he has served on the physician leadership cabinet of Piedmont Healthcare and as a hospitalist at both Piedmont Hospital and Piedmont Mountainside Hospital. Dr. Schreiber also practiced internal medicine in Jasper, Georgia, for several years before joining Piedmont Healthcare.
Dr. Schreiber holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations and met pre-med requirements at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. He earned a doctor of medicine from New York State/Sackler School of Medicine and completed a combined internal medicine/pediatrics residency at the University of California in San Diego. He is board-certified by both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics.