Holly Oh

Chief Quality Officer at Cityblock Health

Holly Oh is the Chief Quality Officer at Cityblock Health, a healthcare company focused on delivering personalized care to underserved neighborhoods. Holly joined the company in 2022.

Prior to this, Holly had extensive experience in the healthcare industry, including working at The Dimock Center as a Pediatrician. Holly provided primary care to children and adolescents in a low-income, inner city clinic. Their clinical interests included adolescent issues, nutrition and obesity, and oral health. Holly also served as the Chief Medical Officer and Director of Quality Improvement at The Dimock Center, where they provided strategic vision for clinical activities and oversaw the integration of behavioral health and primary care. Holly tripled Federal annual grant funds, expanded medication-assisted treatment programs, and led the implementation of clinical quality and population health programs.

Holly also chaired the Quality Committee at Community Care Cooperative (C3), which is a Massachusetts Medicaid Accountable Care Organization (ACO). Their role focused on advancing integrated and coordinated community-based care for MassHealth members.

In addition to their work in healthcare organizations, Holly was a George W. Merck Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and a Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics at both Boston University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School. Holly also served as the Director of Community Pediatrics at Boston Medical Center.

Overall, Holly Oh has a diverse background in healthcare, with a focus on quality improvement, population health, and delivering personalized care to underserved communities.

Holly Oh's education history includes a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Psychology from Brown University. Subsequently, they pursued their medical education at the University of Michigan Medical School, where they earned a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. Following their medical studies, Holly completed an Internship/Residency program at the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics. In 2011, they obtained a Certificate from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, specifically in the Program in Clinical Effectiveness.


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  • Chief Quality Officer

    January, 2022 - present

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