Katy Kehoe, MS, joined Brigham Health in July as practice administrator of the Fish Center for Women’s Health and the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Health Care Center, Chestnut Hill, at 850 Boylston St.
Since starting in her new role, Kehoe has exercised her practice operations and management experience to set priorities for the Fish and Osher centers, connecting with providers and staff to identify challenges and opportunities across both clinics.
“Katy’s innate interest in learning makes her an effective leader,” said Cindy Peterson, MBA, vice president of Regional Ambulatory Operations and Business Development. “As soon as she began working at the Fish and Osher centers, Katy sought out one-on-one time with each staff member and provider to more deeply understand both practices. She walks the walk, showing both compassion for the patient and advocacy for her staff, and we are fortunate to have Katy as part of our Regional Ambulatory Operations team.”
Kehoe, who has extensive practice operations management experience, previously worked as deputy director at Charles River Community Health in Brighton. Prior to that, she was practice manager of Internal Medicine and Medical Specialties at Harvard University Health Services.
She received her master’s in health policy and management from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and her bachelor’s in English literature from Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.