Syracuse Community Health names chief medical officer

Syracuse Community Health Center (SCHC), a NYS licensed diagnostic and treatment center serving more than 30,000 patients in the greater Syracuse area, recently announced the appointment of physician Ofrona A. Reid as chief medical officer.

Ofrona A. Reid
Ofrona A. Reid

Reid will oversee the daily medical operations of Syracuse Community Health, hiring and training all healthcare physicians and ensuring the facility meets the highest quality for all patients and visitors.

“We are thrilled to have a person with Ofrona’s experience and talents join our organization,” said Mark Hall, president and chief executive officer at Syracuse Community Health Center. “As the critically important healthcare needs in our community continue to grow and SCHC increases its role, we need the expertise and abilities of a gifted physician leader like Dr. Reid.”

Reid most recently served as chief medical officer and senior vice president at Oneida Health Hospital, president of Oneida Medical Practices and president of Oneida Medical Services. He graduated from Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Cornell University Graduate School and Manhattan College.