Dapo Odetoyinbo, MD

Dr Adedapo Odetoyinbo has been with Emory’s Hospital Medicine Division since 2006. He graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria in 1990 and completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Lincoln Medical Center in Bronx, NY.

Since joining Emory he has served as Associate Chief Medical Officer at Emory Eastside Medical Center, Medical Director of Care Coordination, ACU Medical Director and currently Chief Medical officer at Emory Johns Creek Hospital.

Dr Odetoyinbo was awarded Emory Hospital Medicine’s Director’s award for excellence in 2009 and 2010. He led an initiative in 2009 to sensitize the Medical Staff to the methodology and potential impact of the HCAHPS survey. In 2010 he championed the hospital-wide implementation of Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR) at EJCH. He has led several projects on Revenue Integrity, Length of Stay reduction, Discharge Process Efficiency, Patient Safety and Physician Communication.

Dr Odetoyinbo received Emory University’s Department of Medicine Outstanding Clinician Award in 2012.