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Brown named executive medical director of Neurosciences Patient Care Center

Jun. 13, 2019, 8:30 AM

 

Kelly Brown, MD, associate professor of Clinical Neurology, has been named executive medical director of the Neurosciences Patient Care Center (PCC) effective July 1. Brown currently serves as the vice chair of Clinical Operations in the Department of Neurology.

Kelly Brown, MD

In her new role for the Neurosciences PCC, Brown will work inclusively with the component departments and divisions across VUMC to improve alignment and enhance growth. These efforts will include accomplishing VUMC Pillar Goals, with a particular emphasis on growth of clinical and surgical volumes. She will also work to reduce barriers to care for both patients and providers through ease of access and improved efficiencies.

Brown joined Vanderbilt in 2013 and is board certified in internal medicine, general neurology, sleep medicine and epilepsy. Prior to her arrival in Nashville, she was on the neurology faculty at Washington University in St. Louis and was subsequently in a private practice setting where she served as director of Clinical Operations. She was also on the board of directors of a five-hospital health network in Philadelphia. At VUMC, Brown is clinically active in general neurology, sleep medicine and epilepsy. Additionally, she has served as medical director for Outpatient Clinical Operations in Neurology, and as a subject matter expert for the EPIC transition.

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