Domonic Hopson, M.P.H.

Chief Executive Officer at City of Cincinnati Primary Care
Asst. Health Commissioner at Cincinnati Health Department

Mr. Domonic Hopson is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the City of Cincinnati Primary Care (CCPC) and the Assistant Health Commissioner for the City of Cincinnati. In his CEO capacity, he is responsible for the strategic, operational, and fiscal management of a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving 43,000 unique patients annually. CCPC provides preventative and primary care, women’s health, mental and behavioral health, dental, pharmacy and vision services across 21 Community and School-Based Health Centers. In his Assistant Health Commissioner capacity, he oversees the Cincinnati Health Department’s Clinical and Population Health Division, including home health and school nursing services.

Outside of ACHE

Before assuming this position, Mr. Hopson held multiple leadership positions with the Veterans Health Administration from 2012 to 2019. Most recently, he served as Director, Ambulatory Care Operations and Deputy Business Manager for the MidSouth Healthcare Network, a network of five health care systems serving more than 300,000 unique Veterans across five states. In addition, Mr. Hopson served as Chief, Ambulatory Care Services and Chief, Community Care Services at the Lexington VA Healthcare System.


Mr. Hopson received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and a graduate degree in Public Health from the University of Southern Mississippi. Mr. Hopson also serves as Chair-Elect for the Cincinnati Local Program Council of American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) of Greater Ohio.

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