Mr. Bukosky has more than 30 years of strategic and operational experience in the healthcare industry. He has served in senior leadership roles in some of the nation's largest and most prestigious multispecialty group practices. Currently he serves as CEO at University of Louisville Physicians, the clinical practice association for the University of Louisville School of Medicine in Kentucky. Among the responsibilities of his position, he serves as the senior business leader; manages the integration of the PSCs into a unified, collaborative and highly effective faculty group practice; develops new organizational, management and operations structures; and builds the processes and supporting infrastructure required for an integrated group practice. Prior to this position, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, at the Carle Clinic Association. Prior to joining Carle Clinic Association in 2001, he served as Executive Director for Scott and White Clinic in Temple, Texas. While there, Bukosky was responsible for day-to-day operations for the entire clinic and led group practice acquisition and development strategy which significantly expanded the clinic's service area. Mr. Bukosky received his B.S. in Business Administration from King's College and his Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from Southwest Texas State University. He is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Group Practice Administrators, a member of the Medical Group Management Association, and has been a contributing member of AMGA's Public Policy Committee. An active community member, Mr. Bukosky has served in numerous leadership roles on the City of Temple Capital Improvement Task Force, Leadership Temple, Central Texas Youth Softball and Ralph Wilson Youth Club. He has served as the president of Temple Junior College Foundation, Vice Chair of Governmental Affairs for the Temple Chamber of Commerce and Adjunct Professor at Southwest Texas State University.