New Leadership for Harvard University Health

Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) recently announced two additions to its senior leadership team. Kathy G. Niknejad will serve as chief medical officer and physician-in-chief, and Kimberly Eng will serve as deputy executive director and chief administrative officer. HUHS is a multispecialty practice that provides medical and mental health care to the Harvard community. The practice includes primary care/urgent care, physical therapy, vision services, dermatology, nutrition, behavioral health, and other specialties, and its Center for Wellness offers massage and acupuncture along with health promotion programs.

Dr. Niknejad joins the organization from Mass General Brigham, where she was the chief medical officer at MGB Urgent Care as well as chief medical officer and chief of quality and safety at MGB Integrated Care. She is a practicing urologist and an assistant professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Niknejad is a graduate of San Diego State University, where she majored in biology. She earned her medical degree at Harvard Medical School and completed her internship and residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

Kimberly Eng joins HUHS from Lynn Community Health Center in Lynn, Massachusetts, where she served as chief operating officer. Previously, she held other leadership positions at the Health Center including business transformation director, chief of staff, and liaison to the board of directors. Eng earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering at Northeastern University in Boston.

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