New Clinical Services Director Starts at GMH
Mark Floro is the new clinical services director at Greene Memorial Hospital and his goal is to provide service better than expected.
“Today, health care and how it is provided is full of changes. We are fortunate to have Mark Floro on the Greene Memorial Hospital team as clinical services director with his vast knowledge and years of experience,” Ron Connovich said. Connovich is vice President of operations at Greene and at Soin Medical Center.
Floro joined Greene after serving as director of special care operations at Kettering Physicians’ Network.
As clinical director, he oversees a broad range of services: therapies (physical and occupational), urgent care centers, the Greene’s Wound Center, cardiology rehabilitation, radiation oncology and catheter laboratory, as well as the Ruth G. McMillan Center.
“As Greene moves forward,” Floro said. “The challenge is to provide services that are even better than expected. We particularly want to serve eastern Greene County and Xenia well, and offer services that are within easy reach, taking care of patients the best possible way we can. If they need medical service, we want them to first think Greene.”
“With a smooth, efficient operation, Greene and Kettering Health Network will provide services that are even better than expected,” he continued.
Floro also believes in serving community wherever and whenever he can. Presently, he serves on the Executive Leadership Committee for Prevent Blindness Ohio and American Heart Association for Dayton. Other community activities are chair, the Indigent Care Consortium; Advisory Council on Health Equity (Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County) and Centerville Boy and Girl Scouts.
Describing himself as a “southerner,” living and working in the South most of his life, Floro relocated to the Miami Valley in 2004 from Big Gap, Va. A single dad, he lives in Washington Township with his children Hayden, 14 and Hannah, 12.
Floro enjoys cooking for his family, fly fishing, fantasy football and golf. He’s a loyal and enthusiastic supporter of his alma mater, the University of Kentucky. Thrilled with accomplishments of the UK basketball team, he says now he is “waiting for the day for UK to have a championship football team.”
By ELIZABETH STUDEBAKER