Senior Vice President, Chief Medical and Academic Officer
Jan Schwarz-Miller, MD, MPH, ABIM, ABPM has a long history of success with Atlantic Health System. Since joining the organization in 1996, she has supervised numerous system-wide departments, including Occupational Medicine Service and Wellness, Occupational and Environmental Safety and Ergonomics, Infection Prevention, Pharmacy Services and Corporate Health. More recently, her work as Chief Medical and Academic Officer landed her a spot on Becker’s 100 Hospital & Health System CMOs to Know in 2018. She is also responsible for Quality and Patient Safety and Infection Prevention and Research.
In addition to her leadership responsibilities with Atlantic Health System, Dr. Schwarz-Miller has experience teaching health care professionals. She served as Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University School of Public Health from 1992 to 2000 and was the Program Director of the combined Internal Medicine/Occupational Medicine Residency Program at Columbia University and Morristown Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Schwarz-Miller is board certified in both internal medicine and preventive medicine/occupational and environmental medicine. She earned her medical degree from Sackler School of Medicine – New York State Program – at Tel Aviv University and her Master of Public Health at Columbia University. Later, she completed her internship in internal medicine at Roosevelt Hospital in New York City and her residency in internal medicine/occupational medicine at Morristown Memorial Hospital and Columbia University School of Public Health. In May 2014, Dr. Schwarz-Miller graduated from the Academy GE Fellows Program.
Dr. Schwarz-Miller is a member of numerous organizations, including the American College of Physicians, American College of Medical Quality, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, American College of Physician Executives, and the American Medical Association.