Gil Rodriguez, M.D., to retire from PMG
Joe Siemienczuk, M.D.
Chief executive, Providence Medical Group
April 29, 2013
After more than three years of leadership at Providence Medical Group – and two decades of practicing medicine in southwest Washington – Gil Rodriquez, M.D., PMG’s chief medical officer for specialists, will retire later this summer. Although I am sad to see him go and will miss his many contributions, I’m excited that Gil is embarking on a rewarding new phase of his life.
During his tenure at PMG, Gil has helped oversee a tremendous amount of growth in our specialty care services. Since 2010, we’ve employed more than 100 new physicians in cardiology, oncology, neurology and other key areas. Adding these services allows us to offer our patients comprehensive specialty care that is closely aligned with their primary care needs.
Gil says he will miss the many people he has formed close relationships with while working here at Providence. In return, I know that we will miss the sense of honesty, camaraderie and collaboration he brought to all aspects of his work. Please join me in thanking Gil for his years of service and wishing him the best of luck in the future.
Gil’s last day with PMG will be July 1. Additional information about the transition of his current duties will be announced in the near future.