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Christopher N. Miller, MD

Christopher N. Miller, MD, MS

Christopher N. Miller, MD, MS

President, UH Clinical Network


The University Hospitals Clinical Network (UHCN) is an interprofessional governance structure that unites our clinician workforce to our North Star: the care of our patients. In his role as President, Dr. Miller leads our University Hospitals Physician/Provider Services as well as our team of executive leaders who empower our nursing, physician, advanced practice provider, pharmacy, quality and transformation domains.

Prior to his UHCN role, Dr. Miller served as Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine at UH Cleveland Medical Center and as the Emergency Medicine Physician-in-Chief for the UH system. His interprofessional team led a cultural and operational transformation that propelled the Center for Emergency Medicine into the top 10 nationally in multiple operational and efficiency metrics for academic Level 1 trauma centers.

Recognized nationally for expertise in clinical operations, system-based efficiency and physician leadership development, Dr. Miller is an accomplished speaker and presenter on these topics. He has a robust record of scholarly service which includes receipt of multiple education and teaching awards, as well as publications in JAMA, Chest, and other journals.

In 2016, Dr. Miller joined UH from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, where he served as Vice-Chairman, Clinical Operations and Performance in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Medical Director of the Center for Emergency Care. He earned both his MD and MS from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He completed his residency training in emergency medicine at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, the country’s first emergency medicine residency program, where he also served as chief resident.

Dr. Miller served on active duty, before and after residency, in direct support of United States Marine Corps combat operations during two separate deployments to Iraq, as well as multiple other overseas missions, as a U.S. Navy officer.