Patsy M. McNeil, MD

Dr. Patsy McNeil is the Chief Medical Officer of Adventist Healthcare’s Shady Grove Medical Center. An innovative leader with more than 20 years of experience in healthcare, Dr McNeil is a clinically active, board certified Emergency Medicine Physician and previous Chief of Patient Experience of USACS East. She is currently a co-founding partner of US Acute Care Solutions, the fourth largest Acute Care services company in the US with a special interest in Diversity and Inclusion. She is currently the Chair of the Women’s Initiative of the USACS Diversity and Inclusion Council.

Dr. McNeil has a passion for patient care and women’s progress and has been a key member of the Physician Advisory Board for the Beryl Institute, has done mission work in Port-au-Prince, Haiti as the co-director of a 5-year mission project and is owner of MereaMac Services, a small consulting company. In addition, she is a board member of the Soledad Obrien PowHerful Foundation, a charity that provides wrap around services and holistic mentoring and support for disadvantaged young women as they go through college and into the workplace.

She attended Washington University in St. Louis receiving a double degree in Biology and Anthropology, received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine as the Chief Resident at University of Cincinnati’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program where she also served as a flight physician.

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