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New Leadership Team is Announced

Released: 9/26/2017

 

 

Dr. Michael Suzman, board chairman of WESTMED Medical Group (WMG), announces the new leadership team of Anthony Viceroy and Dr. Steven Meixler. Currently, WESTMED, based in Purchase, NY, has over 500 physicians and advanced practice providers, more than 60 medical specialties and has 13 locations in the NY/CT area.

Anthony Viceroy, of Pleasantville, is the chief executive officer (CEO) heading up the organization that is one of the nation’s leading multispecialty medical practices serving Westchester and Fairfield counties. After joining WESTMED in 2012, Mr. Viceroy was named CEO of WESTMED in 2015, and expanded his critical role to include responsibilities such as strategic business planning and oversight of all organizational operations. Prior to joining WESTMED, Mr. Viceroy spent 10 years at Omnicom Group, a Fortune 200 global marketing and communications organization.

“I have never felt more confident in the direction we are headed at WESTMED, and our ability to make advancements that have a positive impact on health in our community,” Mr. Viceroy says. “As an award-winning medical group, we remain fully committed to innovative healthcare solutions that bring superior quality, efficiency and service to the region.”

Pulmonologist and internist Dr. Steven Meixler, of White Plains, who has been with the practice for over 12 years, has been appointed the new medical director of WMG.


Dr. Meixler said, “After practicing medicine for 27 years and partnering with my patients to optimize their health and quality of life, I’m honored to have this opportunity to focus my efforts on collaborating with our leadership team and medical staff to promote our nationally recognized health programs. We are committed to improving the health of all of our patients in Westchester and Connecticut by caring for each individual’s concerns and needs.”

Previously serving as co-medical director, Dr. Meixler is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary diseases and critical care medicine. He was awarded his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and completed a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at New York University Medical Center / Bellevue Hospital Center. He is affiliated with White Plains Hospital, where he served as chief of the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine and as director of the Internal Medicine Department.