Since 2001, Central Florida Inpatient Medicine is a Hospitalist Group shifting the paradigm to meet patient needs throughout their healthcare journey. At CFIM, our leadership team with over 50 years' experience in Value Based care has been actively observing the landscape in healthcare as it continues to evolve. We understand the importance of population health management strategies by bridging the gap throughout the continuum of care. We discharge over 70,000 patients from the 10+ Hospitals where we round. While also seeing the patients in over 70 post-acute centers and serve over 5,000 wound care/podiatry clients with a focus of providing quality care to all of our clients.
"2018 AHSS InnovationX Award Winner"
Dr. Krishan Nagda graduated from the University of Louisville in 1996. He completed his residency at the University of Kentucky in 1999. In 2001 Dr. Nagda founded Central Florida Inpatient Medicine, which is currently one of the largest independent Hospitalist groups in the state of Florida. The practice has grown from two providers to over 135+ providers in an integrated health delivery network that has over 400,000 patient encounters in 2016.
Mr. Luetkemeyer is an experienced operations and financial executive with a proven history of strong leadership and a reputation for effecting business turnarounds, realigning business strategy and reorienting executives towards a new mission. Throughout his career, Luetkemeyer has exemplified a principled leadership style, with a focus on operational success and financial controls. Luetkemeyer has over 25 years of experience.
WHERE QUALITY AND CARE COME TOGETHER
CFIM is Central Florida’s Leading Hospitalist Group focused on the delivery of Hospital Medicine. At CFIM, we believe in providing exceptional & individualized care while educating patients through the continuum. We are the leaders in evolving the hospitalist model’s reputation for excellence, Here at Central Florida Inpatient Medicine we pride ourselves in continuing the development of hospital innovation and improvement on care.