Gregory Cuculino, M.D., Named Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at DCMH
- Gregory Cuculino, M.D., was named chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Delaware County Memorial Hospital.
- Cuculino also serves as chairman of Taylor Hospital’s Emergency Department and President of Taylor Hospital’s Medical and Dental Staff.
Gregory Cuculino, M.D., was named chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, succeeding John F. Reilly Jr., D.O.
Cuculino, who is also the chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Taylor Hospital, is an eight-year member of Taylor’s medical staff who specializes in emergency medicine. He has served as chairman of Taylor’s Emergency Department since 2003, and prior to that was an attending physician at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. In addition, Cuculino serves as the President of Taylor’s Medical and Dental Staff.
“Being named chairman of DCMH’s Emergency Department is truly an honor,” Cuculino says. “Being a Ridley native, Taylor Hospital has become my second home. Now, I look forward to building new roots in the community that DCMH serves.”
“Gregory Cuculino is skilled and well-respected as both a doctor and administrator, and I know he will do an outstanding job of applying these skills in his new role at DCMH,” says Bill McCune, president of Delaware County Memorial Hospital. “His experience in emergency medicine will be a true asset to our staff and patients. I look forward to working with Dr. Cuculino, and am confident that his staff will carry out our mission of treating patients with top notch service and care.”
Cuculino earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He completed his residency with the Medical Center of Delaware Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Christiana Care Health System in Newark, Del. He is a member of several committees throughout Crozer-Keystone Health System, including the Medical Executive Committee, the Sepsis Committee, the Medical Staff Services Committee, the Joint Policy Committee, the Credentials Committee, the Hospital Services Committee, and is co-chair of the Taylor Stroke Committee. Cuculino also serves as the EMS Medical Command Physician for Taylor Hospital.
“My goal at DCMH is to create a work environment that will allow every employee—from housekeeping and1 transport to the nurses and physicians—to deliver the quality of care that they would expect for their loved ones to every patient that enters the ED,” Cuculino adds. “We will improve the quality of care we deliver to all of our patients and continue to make DCMH have the great reputation that it deserves.”