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Healthcare/Medical Education

Elkins Park, PA
October 29, 2018

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George L. Grudziak, MD

Cheltenham, PA 215-***-****

Medical Science Leader / Healthcare Executive

Visionary healthcare leader with 15+ years of success advancing innovation in medical science with a special focus on neuroscience, neurophysiology, neurology, oncology, and outsourced hospital services. Articulate, engaging communicator dedicated to building bridges between physicians, administrators, and medical specialists.

Entrepreneurial executive with a talent for identifying and capturing opportunities with strategic expansion plans, new service lines, and innovative clinical programs. Analytical strategist highly skilled at optimizing the daily operations of complex healthcare organizations through direct leadership and a focus on clinical education.

Highlights of Expertise

Clinical Operations Management

Strategy, Vision, and Mission Planning

Budgeting and Contract Negotiation

Staffing, Training, and Team Building

Accreditation and Regulatory Compliance

Medical Communications and Affairs

Key Opinion Leader (KOL) Programs

Physician and Provider Relations

Conferences and Oral Presentations

Healthcare Outreach and Marketing

Career Experience


Adjunct Professor, 2006 – Present

Engage and empower a new generation of healthcare professionals by delivering powerful lectures in key healthcare areas within the George S. Osborne College of Audiology and Physician Assistant Program. Design and implement curriculum relating to intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, anesthesia, and instrumentation. Administer exams and compile performance data in compliance with privacy regulations.

Key Contributions:

Mentored numerous medical students and advised emerging leaders regarding best practices, goal achievement, and the current healthcare landscape.

Forged strong partnerships with health science faculty through active participation in industry conferences, campus events, and outreach campaigns.


Vice President / Chief Medical Officer, 1994 – 2018

Orchestrated the daily clinical operations of an innovative healthcare association centered on the advancement of intraoperative neurodiagnostic services through clinical outreach. Partnered with the CEO to create actionable expansion strategies, as well as budgets, policies, and improvement initiatives.

Recruited, developed, and supervised 35+ highly skilled medical professionals, including neuromonitorists, neurologists, technical directors, and regional managers. Served as a liaison between physicians, hospital administrators, and clinical teams to ensure the delivery of high-quality, efficient patient care.

Key Contributions:

Co-founded a private neuroscience practice and built all standard operating procedures from the ground up; navigated the organization’s eventual sale in 2017.

Secured considerable gains in volume of contract services by launching intensive clinical marketing campaigns to address the educational needs of surgeons and hospital administrators.

Introduced intraoperative neurodiagnostic services to hospitals across the region as the principal administrator of clinical studies at Bromedicon’s inception.

Rolled out a wide range of related clinical services over the years to achieve measurable growth; boosted case volumes from an initial three per month to 375+ monthly cases across several states.

Earned recognition as the first intraoperative monitoring private practice in the United States to achieve accreditation by the Joint Commission; instituted numerous policies to ensure regulatory compliance.

Cultivated lasting relationships with physicians, administrators, and KOLs across the country through active participation in conferences, exhibitions, and other industry events.


Clinical Director, American Sleep Disorders Center, Broomall, PA

Chief of Operations, University Network Sleep Disorders Center/Satellite Sleep Laboratories, PA, NJ, VA

Adjunct Professor, Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

Assistant Director, University Services Neurophysiological Testing Center, Philadelphia, PA

Lecturer, Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology, Spring Garden College, Philadelphia, PA

Education and Credentials

Doctor of Medicine

Wroclaw Medical University – Wroclaw, Poland

Bachelor of Arts in Biology

LaSalle College – Philadelphia, PA

Conferences and Speaking Engagements

Annual Conference Participant, The American Society of Neurophysiologic Monitoring, 2002 – Present

Guest Speaker, College of Anesthesia Professionals Conference, 2010

Guest Speaker, Nathan Rifkinson Society of Neurosurgery Conference, 2010

Guest Speaker, Puerto Rican Orthopedic and Traumatology Society Annual Conference, 2010

Professional Affiliation

American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ASNM)

American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS)

American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ASET)

American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

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