Dr. Jerome Gloster

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About Dr. Jerome

Dr. Jerome Gloster is currently the CEO/CMO for Primary Care Health Services (PCHS) and is a Pediatrician with 25 years of experience in clinical medicine, all of which have been with Federally Qualified Community Health Centers.  He accepted the position of CEO/CMO in November of 2018 for PCHS, a Federally Qualified Health Center Corporation of ten clinical health center offices throughout the greater Pittsburgh area with its headquarters located at the Alma Illery Medical Center in the Homewood neighborhood of the city of Pittsburgh.  
He has become known for his passion for providing the highest quality Health Care and services to the underserved and those who need it the most.  To this effort, he has dedicated his entire career while declining the opportunity to join other private and hospital-based practices with much higher salaries, which wouldn’t allow him to concentrate all of his attention on these communities and families in need.

Jerome is also a graduate of The University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry 1987, The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine with a Doctor of Medicine Degree 1992, and Geneva College with a Master of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership 2015.  Furthermore, Dr. Gloster completed his Residency training in General Pediatrics at Mercy Hospital in 1995 and his work experience has also included 13 years of being the Chief Medical Officer for 2 different Federally Qualified Health Centers,  Chief Physician consultant to the Allegheny County Health Department’s Maternal and Child Health program, Medical Director and physician consultant to Healthy Start, and Consultant School Physician to the Pittsburgh and Wilkinsburg School Districts as well.  

His appointments include the State of Pennsylvania’s Chronic Care Commission Governor’s Office of Healthcare Reform from 2007-2010 and he is also a winner of the Pittsburgh Business Times 2016 Healthcare Heroes Award.  Finally, he has also served on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Area Health Education Centers, Educating Teens about HIV AIDS, and The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.