Stephen K. Toadvine, M.D., MPH, MMM, FAAFP, has accepted the position of chief medical officer for the Virginia hospitals of Mountain States Health Alliance.
Toadvine is currently serving as the chief medical officer for Baptist Regional Medical Center in Corbin, Ky., which is part of the Baptist Health Care System.
He earned his medical degree at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago and graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha honors. He earned his master’s of public health degree at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health and a master’s of medical management degree at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Toadvine is also board-certified in family medicine.
Toadvine has practiced family medicine in a variety of settings for approximately 16 years as well as holding a variety of medical administrative positions, such as associate program director for family medicine residency. He has been site medical director and medical director for a family health center as well as a nursing home. He also was the CEO and president of the Barbourville Family Health Center.
Toadvine and his wife, Ann Louise, along with three of their children, will be moving to Virginia. He will begin his new role April 11.