Health: Dr. Joseph Biuso, Floyd’s chief medical officer, retiring Feb. 28 after a 25-year career.

Health: Dr. Joseph Biuso, Floyd’s chief medical officer, retiring Feb. 28 after a 25-year career.

Media release: Dr. Joseph Biuso, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, is retiring Feb. 28, after a 25-year career at Floyd.

 

Biuso was the very first Floyd Primary Care physician, joining the new network in 1993. He continued in that role until 2007, when he was named Associate Chief of Medical Affairs. He was appointed Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director of the Floyd Primary Care network in 2011, and he was named Executive Vice President in 2015.

Biuso received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Hofstra University and his Doctor of Medicine degree from New York Medical College. He completed his residency in internal medicine at the University of South Florida. Dr. Biuso is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, a member of the American Medical Association and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.

In addition to serving as a physician and hospital executive, Biuso is an author. He co-authored the book Receiving Love, in 1996.

Kurt Stuenkel, Floyd President and CEO, said Biuso is known for his insistence on quality care and quality results: “In his practice as an internal medicine physician and as an executive, he has always exhibited high standards. He wants the best. Floyd is a better organization because of Dr. Biuso’s service. We wish him the best and hope he has a happy retirement.”

A retirement celebration is planned for the afternoon of Feb. 28 in the Café at Floyd.

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