Rachel Rosenblum, MHA
Vice President, Clinical Program Design and Business Development
Rachel Rosenblum was named Vice President, Clinical Program Design and Business Development in October 2015. In this capacity, she provides institutional leadership for the design of clinical programs and business models that advance NEBH’s recognition as the premier destination for musculoskeletal care. Rachel also serves as the senior executive responsible for the exploration of new business opportunities outside of New England, including those in Asia, Canada and the Caribbean.
Prior to this role, beginning in April 2012, Rachel served as our Vice President of Ambulatory Operations and Program Development. In this capacity, she held principal organizational responsibility for the development and implementation of ambulatory programs and services across the Baptist Network including ambulatory surgery, radiology and imaging, laboratory, outpatient rehabilitation, occupational health, integrative medicine, spine center, and pain management services. Under her leadership, NEBH opened a 66,000 square foot ambulatory surgery and outpatient care center in Dedham, MA and a multispecialty orthopedic physician practice in Bourne, MA.
Rachel came to New England Baptist Hospital from Brigham and Women's Hospital where she served as the Director of Surgical Services Operations and Program Development. There, she oversaw operations across the perioperative continuum of care and led program development initiatives for key surgical service lines. She has also held roles as the Orthopedic Service Line Administrator at Rush University Medical Center, Administrative Fellow at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Occupational Therapist at Montefiore Medical Center.
Rachel is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and, in 2012, received the Regent's Award for Early Career Healthcare Executive of the Year. In 2015, she was named as one of the Boston Business Journal’s 40 under 40 honorees recognizing business and civic leaders who are making a major impact in the community.
Rachel received her Master of Healthcare Administration from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from Elizabethtown College.