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Alexander Moya- Chief Clinical Officer

Dr. Alexander Moya currently serves as the Chief Clinical Officer for Langley Health Services.  He provides leadership and supervises over 30 providers across seven clinical sites located throughout Sumter, Marion and Citrus County.  He serves as a liaison between the medical providers and the executive leadership team.  Dr. Moya helps to ensure the providers of Langley Health Services are practicing evidence-based medicine and providing care of the utmost quality.

Prior to entering the role of Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Moya was able to begin his leadership role in the organization as the Associate Chief Clinical Officer.  He worked in conjunction with two different Chief Clinical Officers during which he was able to gain valuable insight and knowledge into the role, as well as vital leadership skills.  The time spent as Associate Chief laid the foundation for success in the Chief Clinical Officer position which involves facilitating a successful multi-specialty clinic that houses a diagnostic radiology facility containing MRI and CT capabilities.

Dr. Moya also provides specialty care to Langley Health Services in the form of Podiatric Medicine.  Dr. Moya is a Podiatric Physician who specializes in the foot and ankle.  He is able to diagnose and treat various ailments of the lower extremity.

Dr. Moya attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida where he obtained a degree in Nutritional Sciences.  This rigorous program of study laid the foundation for his next stage of education at Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine in Miami, Florida.  Upon completing four years of medical training, Dr. Moya attended a three-year Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency at James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa, Florida.  He was able to receive additional training in Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle surgical procedures while serving the veterans of our country.

At the end of his residency training, Dr. Moya entered private practice where he was able to care for a large number of patients throughout Florida.  Dr. Moya provided care at many Assisted Living Facilities during this time.  He also obtained hospital privileges at multiple hospitals throughout the area which allowed him to provide surgical care and provide specialty care for patients admitted to the hospital, along with other specialists of the medical team.

The experience gained during private practice and while on staff at multiple hospital systems facilitated the transition to Dr. Moya’s current role in a Federally Qualified Health Center.  Dr. Moya is happy to provide care to the residents of Sumter, Marion and Citrus counties.  He hopes to continue offering quality medicine while providing a clinical space for the community to receive the highest caliber care, regardless of ability to pay.