Tim Weir, M.H.A., M.B.A., FACHE
As CEO of Olmsted Medical Center (OMC), Mr. Weir is responsible for the oversight and administration for OMC operations. OMC, a not-for-profit organization, has been southeastern Minnesota's hometown healthcare provider since 1949. OMC's 160 clinicians and 1,000 healthcare professionals serve at 17 locations, including two outpatient multispecialty clinics, a Level IV trauma hospital with walk-in urgent care and 24-hour emergency room, two walk-in FastCare retail clinics in Rochester Shopko stores, a walk-in Skyway Clinic in downtown Rochester, and nine community branch clinics.
Mr. Weir joined OMC in 2006. Under his leadership, he has supported his team in achieving success in several important initiatives, including the introduction of the first retail clinic in Rochester with OMC's FastCare, the implementation of a new picture archiving system as well as other radiology technology improvements, enhanced breast imaging services, the launching of a new OMC logo, a system-wide customer service excellence initiative, various facilities improvement projects including a new entrance at the OMC Rochester Southeast Clinic and a new building for OMC Rochester Northwest, as well as strong financial performance for OMC over the past six years.
Prior to joining OMC, he was Vice President of Ambulatory Services at Baystate Health, an integrated academic healthcare organization affiliated with Tufts Medical School, in Springfield, MA. Prior to that, he managed operations at Dakota Clinic in Fargo, ND.
Mr. Weir is an active board member with OMC Regional Foundation, Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce, GRAUC, and RCTC Foundation. He is also a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Administrators and a member of the Rotary Club of Rochester.
Mr. Weir is an active member of the AMGA COO Council and a participant at the AMGA Annual Conference, Institute for Quality Leadership, and various regional meetings. OMC is a Sustaining Founding Member of the American Medical Group Foundation.
Mr. Weir received his BA at the University of Minnesota, and his MBA and Master in Hospital Administration at the University of Iowa.