BayCare Announces New Leadership Role for Dr. Mahesh Amin
Dr. Mahesh Amin has accepted a new, key leadership role in supporting BayCare's extraordinary care as the health system strategically grows.
Dr. Amin now serves as vice president/chief medical officer for hospital service lines. As of May 28, he is responsible for system-level coordination of all service lines across the care continuum. In continued efforts to strategically align clinical and operational leadership structures across BayCare, Dr. Amin will partner with Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation and Service Line Officer Emily Allinder Scott, the operational leader for service lines.
Dr. Amin, a noninvasive cardiologist who started his practice in Clearwater in 1992, received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. He completed his residency and fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx and was a researcher at Rockefeller University in biochemical genetics before moving to Florida.
Dr. Amin has served as the medical director for research and chairman of the Institutional Review Board at Morton Plant Hospital, as a member and as board chair of the Morton Plant Mease Health System Board of Trustees and as a member of the Board of Trustees of BayCare Health System and BayCare Physicians Partners (BPP). He is currently the BayCare and BayCare Medical Group cardiovascular (CV) service line medical director, and he assists with the review of structural heart cases and directs the BPP CV High Value Network.