Dr. Stacy Garrett named quality leader at University of Maryland Medical System

Stacy Garrett-Ray, MD, has been appointed president of the University of Maryland Quality Care Network and vice president/medical director of the Baltimore-based University of Maryland Medical System's Population Health Services Organization.

Here are four things to know about Dr. Garrett-Ray.

1. She will be responsible for serving as the clinical lead for practice transformation, engaging with clinical providers to improve the quality and efficiency of care, leading the population health interdisciplinary care team and supporting care management efforts, according to a news release.

2. Aside from those administrative duties, she will practice primary care in one of the system's University of Maryland Community Medical Group sites.

3. For the last six years, Dr. Garrett-Ray has served in various leadership positions at the Veterans Health Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, where she focused on the development and implementation of new clinical programs, according to the release.

4. Dr. Garrett-Ray received her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. She also received master's degrees in public health and business administration from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

 

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