Family Medicine Physician Named President of Mercy Clinic St. Louis and South

January 20, 2022

ST. LOUIS – Dr. Ray Weick has been named president of Mercy Clinic St. Louis and Mercy Clinic South. A family medicine physician with Mercy since 2004, Dr. Weick brings a wealth of leadership and 18 years of direct patient care experience to the role. He will continue to serve as interim Mercy Clinic president in the Joplin and Kansas communities.

In his new role, Dr. Weick is the key liaison between Mercy Clinic physicians and advanced practice providers, key members of the Mercy network leadership team and boards of directors throughout the region. His focus will be on ensuring St. Louis-area Mercy Clinics and co-workers are devoted to continuing and growing the culture of exceptional patient-centered care they have built over the years.

WEB_Leadership_Ray_Weick Dr. Ray Weick, president of Mercy Clinic St. Louis and Mercy Clinic South

“Not only has he been instrumental providing oversight in the primary care service in the St. Louis region, but Ray stepped up in a big way to provide leadership when it was needed in Joplin and Kansas,” said Dr. Jeff Ciaramita, Mercy senior vice president and chief physician executive. “He’s a proven physician leader with a background in creating positive change. He continues to do an incredible job providing direct physician leader support, building upon the exceptional work already supported by local Mercy hospital and clinic leaders, along with all of our dedicated physicians and advanced practice providers.”

Dr. Weick is the physician lead of Mercy’s provider wellness program and has led other key initiatives through the years, such as co-founding and serving as chief medical officer for HealthyCapital. He has received Mercy’s Charism Award and the Tomorrow’s Leader award from the Catholic Health Association.