Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) recently tapped Anthony M. Landis, DO as medical director and Katherine Michaud, MPA, asdirector for oncology services.
“We are excited about what these leaders bring to GMC’s cancer care offerings,” said GMC President and CEO Phil Wolfe. “Dr. Landis is a respected, talented physician dedicated to improving the liv
es of patients living with cancer. His experience with all types of cancer and treatment options will ensure the program offers the best possible care to those who need it supported by the necessary medical resources.”
As a member of the GMC medical staff, Dr. Landis has served cancer patients for more than three decades and brings years of clinical research experience and leadership to the hospital system’s oncology services department. He has been a pharmaceutical trial investigator in more than 50 studies and has been affiliated with
the Atlanta Regional Community Clinical Oncology Program, the National Cancer Institute and the Georgia Oncology Partners Research & Education Foundation. Dr. Landis has been an active member of the board of directors for the American Cancer Society, eastern chapter since 1984. He is also a member of the Translational
Oncology Research International (TORI) network.
In this role, his responsibilities related to oncology include the monitoring of quality and performance improvement information; policy development, review and oversight; and, development of subcommittees and their leadership appointment, among others.
Michaud’s career includes 10 years in health administration and operating specialty physician practices including oncology, pulmonology, nephrology, diabetes and nutrition center managementand more. Most recently Michaud led oncology operations for the third largest health system in Maine. Her administrative experience allows her to focus on the further expansion of GMC’s oncology program and its integration into existing services.
“Ms. Michaud’s knowledge of all aspects of practice administration and her strength in managing the coordination between the hospital, medical staff and the individual will help us reach our goal of expanding oncology’s offerings to comprehensively address needs regarding cancer prevention, treatment and ongoing care for patients,” Wolfe said.
About Gwinnett Medical Center
Gwinnett Medical Center is a nationally-recognized, not-for-profit healthcare network with acute-care hospitals in Lawrenceville and Duluth. Offering cardiovascular, orthopedic and neuroscience specialty care as well as a full continuum of wellness services, GMC’s 4,500 associates and 800 affiliated physicians serve more than 400,000 patients annually. To learn more about how GMC is transforming healthcare, visit gwinnettmedicalcenter.org or follow us at facebook.com/gwinnettmedical, twitter.com/gwinnettmedical or youtube.com/gwinnettmedical.