Amy Craib has been named president for General Physician, PC (GPPC). Craib has been serving as interim president for GPPC since February 2023 after assuming the role from Darryl Ernst, MHA, who announced his departure earlier this year.
As president of GPPC, Craib is responsible for the management of day-to-day operations as well as oversight of the Company’s financial operations. The appointment will strengthen GPPC’s practice management plan, operations and organizational culture and assure that GPPC is well-positioned to take advantage of future growth opportunities.
Craib initially joined GPPC from Rochester Regional Health, where she held several leadership roles over the last 20 years, including vice president of the Sands-Constellation Heart Institute, senior vice president of operations, and most recently, executive vice president and chief service line officer. Prior to that, she was director of business and support services at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Craib received her bachelor’s degree in political science and public administration from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA, and her Master of Health Administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
Samuel D. Cloud, DO, Chief Medical Officer, Erie County Medical Center said, "Amy has demonstrated the knowledge, talent and determination to help us adapt to an ever-changing healthcare environment during her time with us in Buffalo. This, and her record of excellence in Rochester, have us convinced she is the right person to help us innovate and continue to improve healthcare for Western New Yorkers.”
Michael Mineo, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Kaleida Health said, “Amy is a proven leader with an unwavering commitment to teamwork and collaboration. During her time with us as interim president, Amy has demonstrated an innate ability to overcome the unique challenges of the health care sector by implementing operating strategies that help us improve quality care delivery to our patients across the region.”