Greg Maynard, MD, MSc, MHM
University of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California
Dr. Maynard is Chief Quality Officer at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. He received his medical degree from the University of Illinois, then completed his residency and chief residency at the University of Arizona Banner Good Samaritan / Carl Hayden VA Internal Medicine program in Phoenix. After serving as an Associate Program Director at the same program, he served as the Chief of Hospital Medicine at UC San Diego for 12 years, before moving on to assume CQO duties at UC Davis in 2015.
Dr. Maynard is a nationally recognized expert in hospital quality improvement, prevention of venous thromboembolism, inpatient glycemic control, prevention of adverse drug events, transitions of care, and constructing clinically important measurement systems. Dr. Maynard has been recognized as one of ACP Hospitalist's top hospitalists, and has been recognized nationally for his work in Quality Improvement / Research by the Society of Hospital Medicine, the National Association of Public Hospitals, the Venous Disease Coalition, and the North American Thrombosis Forum. Dr. Maynard was recognized by the Society of Hospital Medicine as a Master in Hospital Medicine in 2017, an honor bestowed on fewer than 40 hospitalists in the country, recognizing excellence in demonstrated leadership, teamwork, and quality improvement in the inpatient setting.