North Shore Medical Center welcomes Madison Workman to the position of Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Workman is responsible for the daily operations and implementation of strategic initiatives for the 337-bed acute care facility. He will also continue to serve as the Group Chief Operating Officer for the Tenet Miami-Dade Market consisting of five acute care facilities.
“Madison is a great addition to our leadership team at North Shore Medical Center because of his commitment to service excellence and his continued perseverance to ensure we deliver high quality care to our community,” said CEO, Mark Racicot. “We are pleased to welcome Madison into his new role. He will serve as an excellent representative for our medical staff and employees.”
Prior to his appointment to North Shore Medical Center, Workman served as the Chief Operating Officer at sister facility, Coral Gables Hospital, and Group Chief Operating Officer for the Tenet Miami-Dade Group. Under his leadership, he implemented strategic initiatives to improve standardization, efficiency and cost reductions across the five facilities. At Coral Gables Hospital, Workman led and completed various construction and operational projects such as a 12,600 square foot off-campus emergency department, new MRI unit, CT replacement, DaVinci robot acquisitions and over 60 patient room renovations to name a few. During his tenure, Coral Gables Hospital won the Tenet Circle of Excellence Award, a top recognition for service and quality from the hospital’s parent company, and the hospital placed top 10 in the company for patient satisfaction.
Prior to his promotion to COO, Workman served as the Assistant Administrator for North Shore Medical Center where he was responsible for the oversight of several ancillary departments and projects including the development of the Chest Pain Center Certification through the Joint Commission.
Workman holds both a Master’s degree in Health Administration and a Bachelor of Health Science from the University of Florida. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and was a recipient of the Becker’s Hospital Review Rising Stars: 90 Healthcare leaders under 40.