Chief Medical Officer
Clinical Services and Chief Patient Safety Officer
Dr. Krivenko has responsibility for maintaining and improving quality and safety in core clinical processes at Lee Memorial Health System. He also has responsibility for oversight of care management, clinical decision support, infection control, disease management programs and Medical Staff Services.
Dr. Krivenko has responsibility for overseeing operations and performance improvement services to the system, spiritual services to patients of the system and coordination of system activities to meet various accreditation standards of regulatory bodies.
Dr. Krivenko is also the Chief Safety Officer of the organization.
Dr. Krivenko joined the System in 1998 after serving as Vice President of System Clinical Services for the Promina Gwinnett Health System, Atlanta. Prior to joining Gwinnett in 1995, he was Vice President of Medical Affairs for the Wyoming Valley Health System in Kingston, Pa., from 1992-1995.
He served as an assistant professor at Wilkes-Hahnemann Medical School and was on the teaching faculty of the Wyoming Valley Family Practice Residency Program.
Dr. Krivenko practiced family medicine in Dallas, Pa. for 17 years.
Dr. Krivenko received both a master's degree in Health Service Administration and a bachelor's degree from Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. He earned his medical degree from Temple University in Philadelphia.
Dr. Krivenko is board certified and re-certified in family practice.
Dr. Krivenko is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice and a past health care examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. He is a member of the American College of Physician Executives. He received the Quality and Patient Safety Leadership Award from the Florida Hospital Association in 2012.