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Joshua Miller, DO, is Vice President for Regional Family Health Center Operations. Prior to assuming this role, Dr. Miller served as Medical Director of the Willougby Hills Family Health Center of Cleveland Clinic and as an Associate Director for Regional Medical operations of Cleveland Clinic.
His treatment interests include metabolic syndrome, preventive medicine and obesity. Dr. Miller has been named a Top Doctor by Cleveland Magazine every year since 2006.
Dr. Miller serves on many leadership committees at Cleveland Clinic and is the past Medical Director of the Strongsville Family Health and Surgery Center. He facilitates and trains other physicians in relationship building through Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Excellence in Healthcare Communication. He continues to be an advocate for improving the patient experience while speaking nationally on this subject. He has served as the Regional Operations Experience Officer for 26 sites in Northeast Ohio. He also serves on the Ashtabula County Medical Center Board. .
Dr. Miller attended medical school at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, Ohio. He completed his internship at Saint Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio and his residency in Internal Medicine at Cleveland Clinic and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Metabolic syndrome, obesity, preventive medicine
Awards & Honors
Top Doctor award in Cleveland Magazine 2006 - 2014
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