Faculty Profile


Gilmer Rodriguez
Section of Hospital Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730

Academic Interests

Dr. Rodriguez’s experience includes leadership contributions in institutional accreditations, residency and trainee program development, curriculum and faculty development. His interests include systems redesign and disruptive innovation in delivery of care; throughput and adaptive design methodology for hospital efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of care; patient risk stratification, transitional care and telehealth for post-discharge care optimization; hospital and providers’ utilization and evidence base practices for value-based care delivery; healthcare delivery in minority populations; and cultural change and diversity.
 

Clinical Interests

Hospitalist Medicine, critical and complex patient care, transitional care, and telehealth.
 

Publications

Training

  • Bachelor of Medicine, 1990, National University of Trujillo,
  • MD, 1990, National University of Trujillo,
  • Residency, 1994, National University of Trujillo, Peru, Internal Medicine Residency
  • Residency, 1997, University of Rochester, Internal Medicine
  • MPH, 2005, Medical College of Wisconsin, General Preventive Medicine and Public Health
  • Certified Physician Executive, 2008, Certifying Commission in Medical Management,
  • MMM, 2009, Tulane University, Medical Management
  • GME Leadership Development Certificate, 2012, Association of American Medical Colleges, Leadership Development