Matthew Leonard

501 North Reo St, Tampa, Fl 33609

VP of Information Technology

Matthew J. Leonard serves as Vice President of Information Technology (IT) here at Physician Partners of America. With IT leadership experience in the healthcare industry, he is able to shape and implement new technologies and processes to drive efficiency and growth for Physician Partners of America.

As a team-oriented leader and team builder, Matthew’s methodology is to fulfill his responsibilities by fostering strong relationships between team members, effectively communicating goals and expectations, and promoting a collaborative and supportive work environment. He relays: “I cherish the opportunity to lead and innovate in the fast-paced and ever-evolving world of technology. I enjoy the challenge of problem-solving and finding creative solutions, as well as the ability to collaborate with other departments and colleagues to ensure that technology aligns with overall business goals. Recognizing the unique strengths and talents of each team member empowers them to contribute to the overall success of our organization. My passion for technology and leadership is evident in my dedication to staying current with emerging trends and consistently striving for excellence in my role, while working with an incredible team.” He is enthusiastically focused on achieving shared goals, building trust and respect among team members, and celebrating successes together.

Aside from his position here at PPOA, previous leadership positions Matthew held include Director of IT at PPOA and Director of IT Infrastructure Operations at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Raised in Yorktown Heights, New York, he earned his Bachelor in Applied Science and Computer Information Systems Degrees from Mercy College in Yorktown Heights, New York. His certifications include Certified Data Center Management Professional (CDCMP), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP).

Outside of work, Matthew enjoys spending time with his family, coaching his son’s soccer team, and taking his two kids fishing and boating. He volunteers at and supports the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and their mission to find a cure for blood cancer.

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