Steward Medical Group is among a small number of health care organizations in the United States that is physician-led. Our physician leadership sets the standard for excellence and is dedicated to innovation and technology to advance the delivery of care and inspire best results for our patients.
Our physician practices are supported by clinical teams of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and certified nursing assistants who work together to organize patient care.
As a physician-led organization, we are able to keep our primary focus on our patients and our practices. Like our providers, our leaders have undergone rigid medical training and have real-life experience in the day-to-day life of medical practices which enables them to be strong advocates for our physicians. Most importantly, our leaders have treated many patients in their careers and are attuned to the various needs our patients have, and as well as patients’ expectations of their healthcare providers. Together, this allows Steward Medical Group to ensure the delivery of compassionate care in a setting close to where our patients live and work.
MICHAEL CALLUM, MD, MPH, FACS
Michael Callum, MD, MPH, FACS, is the President of Steward Medical Group, and Executive Vice President for Physician Services for Steward Health Care, overseeing the network of physicians employed by Steward, including specialists and primary care physicians. Dr. Callum previously served as the President of Steward Medical Group. Under his leadership Steward Medical Group emerged as a national leader in clinical integration, quality performance and patient outcomes based on reimbursement. Dr. Callum has also served as the interim President for two Steward Massachusetts-based hospitals: St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston, and Norwood Hospital, in Norwood. In this role he recruited a number of prominent physicians, improved quality, and oversaw operational success.
Dr. Callum is the former President of Urology Consultants of the North Shore and was Associate Chief of Urology at North Shore Medical Center, north of Boston, Massachusetts. He remains an active member of Steward’s Urology Specialty practice and has authored several studies focused on urologic health and screening.
Dr. Callum is a graduate of the Boston University School of Medicine, where he received his MA in medical science and his MD. He also holds an MS in public health from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Dr. Callum is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS) and a Diplomat of the American Board of Urology, and has received numerous distinguished awards for his contributions to his field.