Bringing a wealth of clinical and administrative knowledge and experience, Dr. Lucy Morizio has been named director of the CHOC Children’s Orthopaedic Institute.
In her new administrative leadership role, Dr. Morizio will partner with CHOC leadership to accomplish the Orthopaedic Institute’s strategic and operational goals, including developing the institute as a destination location for pediatric orthopedic services. She begins her new duties Oct. 22.
“I am excited to collaborate with clinicians, employees and executive leadership at CHOC Children’s to help grow its orthopedic services,” Dr. Morizio said. “My goal is to build upon the Orthopeadic Institute’s already top-notch care and outcomes to further enhance and improve how we serve children in Orange County and beyond.”
The Orthopaedic Institute consistently ranks among the Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report for orthopedics.
Dr. Morizio joined CHOC in 2016 as part of its population health efforts, first serving as a quality improvement specialist and later becoming manager of population health-quality.
Previously, Dr. Morizio had a private practice while working with the California’s Newborn Screening Program for 16 years.
Dr. Morizio graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from UC Irvine and earned a doctorate in podiatric medicine from Samuel Merritt University. She completed her surgical residency in Rancho Mirage, Calif.