Education and Specialty
After completing his undergraduate degree, Dr. Posternack graduated with his MD from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He specialized in internal medicine, including a residency in internal medicine at Royal Victoria Hospital and a fellowship in digestive diseases at McGill University. His expertise in internal medicine has been recognized in both professional and lay-publications, including being named one of the “Best Doctors in America” and “Top 500 Physicians in the USA” by Miami Metro Magazine, Town and Country Magazine, and Woodward and White.
Dr. Posternack has an extensive history of leadership in the field. He began his career as an Assistant Professor at McGill University Hospital Center in Quebec, where he immediately made a positive impact on the careers of hundreds of young doctors.
In 1993, Dr. Posternack accepted a new challenge, taking a step into what would become a major focus of his career: leading hospitals to greater success. Moving to the greater Miami area, He served as Chief of Medicine of the Cleveland Clinic Hospital. There, he founded a prestigious internal medicine residency program.
Embracing his home country’s national sport, Dr. Posternack was appointed the Head Team Physician of the National Hockey League’s Florida Panthers during their inaugural season in 1993. For the next seven years, he led a team of physicians in the prevention and treatment of player injuries.
His pattern of exceptional leadership continued into the new millennium. Dr. Posternack was named the Chief Medical Officer for JFK Medical Center and Boca Raton Regional Hospital. In these positions, he led his teams to substantial growth across multiple critical measures of hospital quality.
Expanding his leadership across state lines, Dr. Posternack is proud to serve as Chief Medical Officer for Promise and Success Healthcare. Through developing new and innovative relationships with community and academic partners, Promise and Success Healthcare has become a leader in patient care.