Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Antun brings almost three decades of experience as a physician executive and clinical operations leader in local and national managed care companies and provider organizations to her role as Chief Medical Officer of IMC Health, as well as a broad-based understanding of health care systems and expertise in the development of chronic care programs, performance management, service improvement and strategic planning.

Prior to joining IMC Health, Dr. Antun was the Medical Director, Network Performance and Utilization Management, for Baptist Health Quality Network, part of Baptist Health South Florida.  She designed clinical initiatives, including care management, to assist the organization in achieving improvement in quality metrics.

Dr. Antun held several leadership roles at Humana.  She was the CEO for CAC-Florida Medical Centers, a multi-specialty medical group focused on senior care, where she established heart failure and diabetes programs and clinics and achieved specific goals for these patient populations. Under her direction, CAC received recognition in the Diabetes Physician Recognition Program by the National Committee for Quality Assurance and the American Diabetes Association.

She has also served as VP, Medical Operations for Concentra Primary Care (now Partners in Primary Care) with oversight of physicians in 25 centers in four states, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for CarePlus Health Plans, and EVP, Medical Operations for United Healthcare of FL. She started her career as a primary care physician at CAC Medical Centers and later held various medical executive roles.

Dr. Antun received her Medical Degree summa cum laude from Instituto Tecnologico de Santo Domingo and completed an Internal Medicine residency at Nassau County Medical Center, an affiliate of the State University of New York, and a one-year fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Stony Brook University Hospital.  She holds an MBA with a specialization in health care from the University of Miami.  She also has a Certificate in Population Health sponsored by the Jefferson College of Population Health at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.  In 2010, she was honored by her medical school as a Distinguished Alumnus.