Redonda G. Miller, M.D.
President, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Dr. Redonda Miller has served as president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital since 2016. During her tenure, Dr. Miller has led successful efforts to enhance safety, patient satisfaction, and employee engagement. In 2018, The Johns Hopkins Hospital earned its fourth consecutive Magnet designation in recognition of nursing excellence and received an “A” for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group. The hospital is consistently recognized for its clinical excellence on the U.S. News and World Report Honor Roll and most recently with the 2018 Healthgrades Distinguished Hospital Award. Dr. Miller has also focused on value to improve operating margins under Maryland’s unique global reimbursement system.
Dr. Miller arrived at Hopkins as a medical student in 1988. After finishing her internal medicine residency and chief residency on the Osler Medical Service, she joined the medical faculty in 1997 and earned an M.B.A. from the Johns Hopkins University in 2004. Since then, she has served in several administrative roles of increasing responsibility. During her tenure as Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs for the Johns Hopkins Health System, Dr. Miller worked in collaboration with colleagues across the health system’s six hospitals to advance strategic efforts, including the centralization of credentialing and health information management, and the coordination of peer review and formulary management.
A practicing internist, Dr. Miller continues to see patients. She serves on various boards, including the Maryland Hospital Association Executive Committee and Gilchrist Board of Directors. She was appointed chair of the 2019 American Heart Association’s Greater Maryland Heart Walk.
Dr. Miller has received multiple honors and awards, including being named by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of their “100 Great Healthcare Leaders” in 2017 and 2018. She was also honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award by Johns Hopkins University in 2013 and by The Ohio State University in 2017.