Stacy Garrett-Ray

Stacy Garrett-Ray, MD, MPH, MBA is the Vice President / Medical Director of the University of Maryland Medical System's Population Health Services Organization (PHSO) and President of both the University of Maryland Quality Care Network (UMQCN) and Transform Health MD.

Dr. Garrett-Ray's responsibilities include leading the planning, development and execution of value-based, population health initiatives and innovations for multiple populations (approx. 100,000 commercial, federal, self-insured patients) with over $1B in medical costs.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree with a Biology major and Women's Studies minor from the University of Richmond where she was a Cigna Scholar, medical degree from the University Of Maryland School of Medicine, her family medicine residency at the University of Maryland Dept. of Family and Community Medicine where she served as chief resident.

She received her MPH and MBA from Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2005.

Previously, Dr. Garrett-Ray also served as the medical director of the Baltimore City Cancer Program of University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center which provided cancer screening, treatment and diagnostic services to low-income residents of Baltimore City.

In 2010, Dr. Garrett-Ray was directly appointed to service as the national Deputy Director of Comprehensive Women's Health for the Veterans Health Administration and later held other leadership positions to support VA Senior Leadership including serving as the Deputy Director of the Office of Strategic Integration. Her responsibilities included overseeing the operations of the Integrated Health Operating Portfolio nationally for VHA with a budget of approximately ¾ of $1 billion which included Patient Aligned Care Teams, Women's Health, Telehealth, Virtual Care Non-Telehealth, Non-Institutional Long Term Care, Specialty, Patient Centered Care, Systems Redesign, GAO High Risk, Access to Care initiatives, and later VA Pulse.

As a board-certified family physician, Dr. Garrett-Ray continues to practice primary care in Maryland and currently serves as the UMMS COVID-19 Response Community Provider Liaison.

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