Gregg Davis MD, MBA is the Chief Medical Officer of the Illinois Rural Community Care Organization, LLC, a statewide rural accountable care organization comprising 24 critical access rural hospitals that provide value-based care to 90,000 beneficiaries. Additionally, he serves as the Medical Director of the Community Care Alliance, an accountable care organization comprising 29 member institutions that provide medical care in rural Colorado. As a board-certified family physician, he practiced in rural Illinois for thirty-six years, where he provided adult, pediatric, emergency medicine, and obstetrical care. Administrative experiences have included service as the Chief Executive Officer and member of the board of directors of a Critical Access Hospital. Outside of medicine, Dr. Davis served on the board of directors of a regional bank traded on Nasdaq, the board of advisors of a start-up information technology company, and a tri-county board of health. He received a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Illinois, a Master of Business Administration with honors from the University of Massachusetts, and a Bachelor’s of Science in chemistry from Illinois State University.
In recognition of his service to rural Illinois, Dr. Davis was awarded the 2016 Rural Physician of Excellence Award from the Illinois Rural Health Association, the State of Illinois Senate Recognition Award, and the State of Illinois House of Representatives 99th General Assembly House Bill 1436. Dr. Davis is a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and a national speaker. He currently lives with his wife, Renee, in Princeton, Illinois.