Melrose, Massachusetts – Kelly Corbi has been named President of MelroseWakefield Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford. She will also serve as an Executive Vice President of Tufts Medicine. As President, she will lead the local organizations of MelroseWakefield Hospital, Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford, and their many community-based services, in serving the health care needs of north suburban Boston as members of Tufts Medicine.
Corbi is an accomplished and progressive health care executive with broad experience across the continuum of health care, including community and academic medicine, ambulatory services, skilled nursing and home health care, and managed care. She brings significant experience leading large health system operations, driving innovative strategies, and developing service line growth and integration for the delivery of quality health care services.
Most recently, Corbi served as the System Chief Operating Officer for SolutionHealth in Southern New Hampshire, where she led system operational improvement and infrastructure support, stood up an Accountable Care Organization and led the development of academic clinical affiliation partnerships. Prior to that, she served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Integration Officer for LifeBridge Health, a five-hospital regional health care organization based in the Baltimore-DC area that includes Sinai Hospital.
Michael Dandorph, President and CEO of Tufts Medicine said, “We are so pleased to welcome Kelly Corbi to Tufts Medicine. She is an experienced, respected leader known for her exceptional work with integrated health systems and her ability to bring innovative strategies that support the delivery of exceptional health care services to the community.”
Corbi has a MBA from Mount Saint Mary’s University and an undergraduate degree from Penn State University.
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About Tufts Medicine
Tufts Medicine is a leading integrated health system bringing together the best of academic and community healthcare to deliver exceptional, connected and accessible care experiences to consumers across Massachusetts. Comprised of Tufts Medical Center, Lowell General Hospital, MelroseWakefield Hospital, Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford, an expansive home care network and a large integrated physician network. Tufts Medicine has more than 15,000 dedicated care team members providing more than 1.5 million patient experiences per year. The health system is the principal teaching affiliate for Tufts University School of Medicine. Tufts Medicine came together in 2014 to leverage the experience of its member organizations and integrate their missions to together transform the ways that consumers engage with and experience their care.
About MelroseWakefield Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital
MelroseWakefield Hospital and Lawrence Memorial Hospital form a coordinated system of hospitals, physician practices and community-based services providing care for communities throughout north suburban Boston. We are distinguished by the range of clinical care and services we provide locally for the continuum of care we provide to our community.
We are a member of Tufts Medicine, a leading integrated health system bringing together the best of academic and community health care to deliver exceptional, connected and accessible care experiences to consumers across Massachusetts.
For more information, visit www.melrosewakefield.org.
Contact: Rob Brogna
RBrogna [at] melrosewakefield.org