George Ralls, MD, serves as the senior physician leader responsible for ensuring the highest quality and efficiency of care are delivered at Orlando Health. His duties include overseeing the system’s clinical quality, clinical care delivery systems and outcomes. In addition, he provides executive leadership for graduate medical education, organizational performance improvement, medical staff services and clinical research. Marshalling clinical resources and establishing protocols, George has been essential to the organization’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

George joined Orlando Health as the chief quality officer for Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC), and most recently served as the organization’s chief quality officer. He is clinically active in emergency medicine at Orlando Health ORMC and has been a member of the medical staff since 2001. After earning his medical degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine (Florida), he completed his residency in emergency medicine at Orlando Health ORMC, serving as chief resident.

Prior to his administrative roles at Orlando Health, George was the deputy county administrator and director of health and public safety for Orange County. In that role, he provided leadership for Orange County’s Corrections, Fire Rescue and Health Services departments, partnering with community leaders and public officials to address major issues in the community.