Stephanie L. Hall, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Keck Hospital of USC and USC Norris Cancer Hospital
Stephanie L. Hall, MD, serves as chief medical officer of Keck Hospital of USC and USC Norris Cancer Hospital. As an executive physician leader, Hall provides critical oversight of clinical initiatives, and plays an active role in ensuring the delivery of safe, quality, efficient care to patients, while also representing the interests of faculty physicians.
Working closely with practicing physicians and medical center leadership, Hall drives initiatives in clinical quality, safety, management of care, and medical staff affairs, in support of the organization’s strategic priorities. She leads medical management decisions, and plays a key role in ensuring successful survey outcomes and compliance with the highest regulatory standards.
In this role, Hall also maintains her associate professorship of clinical emergency medicine in the USC Department of Emergency Medicine, and serves as associate dean for clinical affairs for the Keck Medical Center.
A 1990 graduate of the Keck School, Hall completed her emergency medicine residency training at Keck and was named Resident of the Year in 1994. She assumed a faculty position at Keck and took several roles at LAC+USC, including work in medical quality improvement and as associate medical director. She then spent a year at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, where she managed departmental medical affairs and administration. In 2005, she returned to Keck and LAC+USC, where she served as chief medical officer since 2006.