Amanda C. Logue, MD, is Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Ochsner Lafayette General based in Lafayette, Louisiana. In her role, Dr. Logue oversees patient safety, quality and risk management, population health, inpatient and outpatient care management, clinical research, physician credentialing, physician recruitment, and clinical workforce development. Her focus is engaging physician and hospital partners in streamlining standards of care across the system, maintaining the highest level of patient quality and physician satisfaction while simultaneously developing physician leadership and service lines. Dr. Logue recently led the health system as a clinical leader through the COVID-19 pandemic as well as part of the team strategically transitioning through the merger with Ochsner Health. In her prior role as Chief Medical Information Officer for LGH, Dr. Logue focused on continuous technology improvement and innovation with focus on transitioning the health system to true population health which she carries on today in overseeing the Clinically Integrated Network and Accountable Care Organization. Ochsner Lafayette General currently includes 7 facilities with over 700 inpatient beds, 1700 physicians and providers, and 4,500 employees.
She completed her undergraduate training at Louisiana State University in Microbiology and medical training at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport. Dr. Logue completed her residency training and chief resident year at University of Tennessee in Memphis in Internal Medicine. She is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Clinical Informatics.