Nicole Thomas, Hospital President
Nicole Thomas, FACHE, is hospital president of Baptist Medical Center South, the first female hospital president in Baptist Health’s history. She is responsible for the operational and strategic direction of the second-largest hospital in the health system.
In addition to her duties as hospital president, Thomas was recently named chair of the Baptist Health Transformation Cabinet, leading a group of the health system’s leaders charged with implementing Baptist Health’s five-year strategic plan.
Previously, Thomas had executive responsibility for Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center and Baptist Neurological Institute. She has been named one of Modern Healthcare magazine’s Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare and one of 50 great African Americans in healthcare to know by Becker’s Hospital Review.
Thomas earned a master’s degree in health care administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and holds a bachelor’s degree in public health administration from Dillard University in New Orleans.
Thomas serves as chair of the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Jacksonville branch, and is a member of the OneJax Board, the Senior Advisory Council for the National Association of Health Services Executives, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She has been named a Woman of Distinction by the Northeast Florida Girl Scout Council, a Woman of Influence by the Jacksonville Business Journal, a Woman with Heart by Volunteers in Medicine and received the Women in Business Award from the Jacksonville Women’s Network. She is a 2013 graduate of Leadership Jacksonville and a past chair of Women in Local Leadership for the United Way of Northeast Florida.
Dr. Justin Moy, MD
Justin Moy, MD, is a board-certified otolaryngologist (ENT) at Baptist Medical Center South. He is a former Navy commander and a decorated veteran who spent 13 years caring for military families on both coasts, including serving as a department head for otolaryngology at NAS Jacksonville. He specialized in Otolaryngology because of the diverse nature of the field and his interest in disorders of the ear, nose, and throat.
His areas of expertise include:
●Sinonasal disorders ●Thyroid disorders ●Throat disorders ●Balloon sinuplasty
Dr. Moy treats infants to seniors. His philosophy of care is a patient-centric, collaborative approach. He focuses on establishing rapport with my patients so that he and the patient can decide on the best course of treatment together.
While serving in the U.S. Navy, he advanced to the rank of commander and practiced medicine in naval medical centers on both coasts, including Jacksonville. He moved to Jacksonville in 2012 and he and his family enjoy activities, including swimming, biking, fishing and spending time at the beach.
Dr. Mary Czerny, MD, is an experienced, board-certified otolaryngologist at Baptist Medical Center South who treats a broad range of conditions of the ear, nose, throat, and neck. Dr. Czerny enjoys the blend of medical and surgical treatment in her field, which allows her to provide comprehensive care to a diverse range of patients. Her areas of expertise include:
●Nasal and sinus disorders ●Endoscopic sinus surgery ●Thyroid masses and surgery ●Vocal cord lesions and paralysis
Dr. Czerny treats infants to seniors. She has suffered from seasonal allergies her entire life, so she can relate to allergy and sinus patients and how their problems affect their quality of life. Dr. Czerny values having an open dialogue with her patients so she can understand their main concerns. She likes to educate patients so they leave with more than just a treatment plan--they also have knowledge about their condition.
After decades of cold Midwestern winters, Dr. Czerny was thrilled to fulfill her dream of living near the ocean by moving to Jacksonville. Her family, especially her two young children, enjoy the beach and water-based activities.
Her last name, Czerny (pronounced “Chur-nee”) comes from her native-born Polish husband. As a person who enjoys learning about different languages and cultures, she spends some of her free time working on expanding my Polish vocabulary.
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