Leadership & Advisory Board

Tommy Ibrahim, MD

Tommy Ibrahim, MD serves as an active member of the InveniasPartners Advisory Board. Dr. Ibrahim is currently the President & CEO for Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, NY. BHN is an innovative, rural health care system that connects comprehensive care and services to people living throughout a 5,600-square-mile area of central New York. Bassett includes five hospitals, 40+ ambulatory health centers, a medical group practice consisting of more than 500 employed physicians. The hub of the network is Bassett Medical Center, a teaching hospital and medical school campus affiliated with Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons. Through a nationally renowned Research Institute, Bassett is continually advancing its mission of patient care, teaching and research, always anticipating and developing to meet the evolving health care needs of its patients. As well, the Bassett Research Institute’s Center for Rural Community Health and New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health (NYCAMH) conducts clinical research and population studies, as well as provide assessment of health services, occupational challenges, and other public health issues.

Prior to Bassett, Dr. Ibrahim served as the EVP & Chief Physician Executive for Integris Health System, a 19-hospital health system in Oklahoma. Previously, he served as Chief Physician Officer and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Mercy Health Network in Des Moines, Iowa, and as Senior Vice President and Chief Physician Executive at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield, Illinois.

Dr. Ibrahim received his Doctor of Medicine degree and his Bachelor of Medical Science degree from St. Christopher’s College of Medicine in Cambridge, England, and completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Greater Baltimore Medical Center, an academic affiliate of Johns Hopkins Medicine. As well, he holds a Master of Science degree in Health Administration from Seton Hall University. In 2019, Dr. Ibrahim was nominated to Modern Healthcare as one of the 50 Most Influential Clinical Leaders in the United States.

Dr. Ibrahim has held board positions with Autism Oklahoma, Health Alliance for the Uninsured, and The Iowa Medical Education Collaborative, where he served as board chair from 2014-17. Founder of the J. Christian Autism Foundation, he was a Medical Missionary for International Medical Relief in 2016 and was a GI research assistant for the National Institutes of Health in 2009. 

Dr. Ibrahim is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, fellow in Hospital Medicine, and has received the Certified Physician Executive accreditation from the American Association of Physician Leadership.