Penn Medicine

John D. McGreevey III, MD


Dr. John D. McGreevey III is a hospitalist, or physician that specializes in managing the care of patients within the hospital. In addition Dr. McGreevey is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Having joined the Section of Hospital Medicine in 2010, he currently practices at Hospital of University of Pennsylvania and Good Shepherd Penn Partners. Dr. McGreevey also serves as an Associate Chief Medical Information Officer for Penn Medicine and a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Biomedical Informatics at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. McGreevey’s interests include clinical Informatics, clinical decision support, health system strategy, governance, and policy and perioperative medical evaluation and management.

Dr.  McGreevey earned his medical degree from The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and completed his residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts, where he was also a Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Harvard Medical School.



Awards and Honors: 

UPHS Quality and Patient Safety Award: Impact of the Universal Screening Assesment (USA) on Inpatient Care at Penn Medicine, 2019
Alfred Stengel Health System Champion Award for physician who has contributed significantly to the integration of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, 2017
PennChart implementation special recognition award, UPHS, 2017
Overall Quality Assurance and Patient Safety Award Winner, HUP: Standardizing the Transmittal of Hospital Discharge Summaries and Obtaining Outside Hospital Records to Improve Care Coordination, UPHS, 2015
Operational Award, Quality Assurance and Patient Safety, Good Shepherd Penn Partners: 100% Compliance with Individualized Plan of Care, UPHS, 2015
Caring Star Award for outstanding patient care, Georgetown University Hospital, 2010


Penn Hospital Medicine
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street, Maloney Building
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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