Dr. Mijalli Named Chief Of Staff At McLeod Dillon

A special team of McLeod Health physicians, who in addition to providing remarkable medical care for their own patients, find the time to serve in leadership positions that further enhance the quality of care for McLeod Dillon patients.
These officers offer valuable knowledge and insight to many areas of McLeod Medical Center Dillon.

Their duties include working with hospital administration and staff on safety and patient care initiatives; recommending and appointing other medical staff members for hospital department chairs and committees, and serving as a liaison between the medical staff, hospital administration and hospital boards, among many other responsibilities.
“The medical staff leaders at McLeod Dillon are committed to the highest standards of care and professionalism,” said Joan Ervin, Administrator of McLeod Medical Center Dillon.
“As part of their unending dedication, resource stewardship, and collaborative efforts, McLeod Dillon offers the high quality of care that each patient deserves and has come to expect from McLeod.”
The McLeod Medical Center Dillon Medical Staff Officers for 2019 include:
Chief of Staff: Dr. Mamdouh Mijalli, McLeod General Surgery Dillon
Vice Chief of Staff: Dr. Joseph Wangeh, McLeod Pediatrics Dillon
Medical Director of Hospitalists: Dr. Benjamin Mitchell, McLeod Medical Center Dillon Hospitalists
Clinical Effectiveness Medical Director: Dr. James Phillip Wallace, Dillon Internal Medicine Associates
Emergency Medicine Medical Director: Dr. Kievers Cunningham, McLeod Medical Center Dillon Emergency Department
Member at Large: Dr. Alto Odin, McLeod Medical Center Dillon Hospitalists
With a strong history in the Dillon community since 1943, McLeod Dillon has continued to grow and expand to serve residents of Dillon (SC) and Robeson (NC) counties with excellence in patient care. The DNV-GL accredited medical center employs 350 and has the strength of 100 physicians on its medical staff.
McLeod Dillon offers general and orthopedic surgery, women’s services, emergency services, intensive care, rehabilitative services and cardiac rehabilitation.
Investments in state of the art technology to improve patient care have included MRI, 3D Mammography, 4D ultrasounds, CT Scans and nuclear and vascular studies.

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