Peter M. Rosenberg, MD, FACP, has been elected chief of the medical staff for Huntington Hospital, effective January 1, 2023. Dr. Rosenberg will lead a medical staff of more than 1,015 physicians who serve the San Gabriel Valley.
“I’d like to offer my sincere congratulations to Dr. Rosenberg, a trusted Huntington physician and a proven leader amongst his peers. Dr. Rosenberg has made exceptional patient care a hallmark of his esteemed career and is an excellent representation of the compassionate community care for which Huntington is so well known,” said Lori J. Morgan, MD, MBA, president and CEO, Huntington Health. “As chief of medical staff, his decades of experience and collaborative leadership will be of great value to physicians on Huntington’s medical staff, and of benefit to patients and our community.”
Dr. Rosenberg specializes in gastroenterology and internal medicine. Since 2004, he has affiliated with Huntington as a member of the hospital’s medical staff while in private practice locally. Dr. Rosenberg’s participation in leadership positions on the hospital’s medical staff has spanned more than a decade and included the roles of vice president and secretary/treasurer, as well as chair of both the department of medicine and gastroenterology section. He is also active in teaching Huntington medical and surgical residents.
“I am thrilled to become Huntington’s chief of medical staff at such a pivotal time of growth and opportunity in our institution’s history,” said Dr. Rosenberg. “My overarching goal is to continue the tradition of clinical excellence and personalized, compassionate care, which has defined us as a medical staff. I strongly believe that ongoing education and staff wellness are a priority to accomplish our work. I also hope to work closely with all Huntington-affiliated physicians to provide opportunities for involvement across Huntington Health.”
Dr. Rosenberg received his Bachelor of Arts in History of Science from Harvard College and graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1993. At Massachusetts General Hospital, he completed his fellowship in gastroenterology, hepatology and therapeutic endoscopy, and his residency in internal medicine.