Dr. Griffin Myers, Chief Medical Officer, is a board-certified physician responsible for the excellence of health care delivery at Oak Street Health. Oak Street Health is a growing organization of primary care centers serving adults on Medicare in the Midwest. Dr. Myers is also a co-founder of the company.
At Oak Street Health, Dr. Myers has successfully guided the company’s growth into additional markets and explores additional partnerships to broaden the company’s reach. He has built the medical group and developed an innovative clinical informatics program. He is a frequent speaker and publisher on behalf of the company and a rising voice in the health care industry.
Prior to Oak Street Health, Dr. Myers was a Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School, where he did his Residency and a Resident Physician at Brigham and Women’s and Mass General Hospitals. He also worked as a Project Leader at The Boston Consulting Group.
Dr. Myers is BS graduate of Davidson College, has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and an MD from The Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine and an Adjunct Instructor of emergency medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Myers is also a Fellow at Doximity and a Presidential Leadership Scholar.
Dr. Myers lives in Chicago with his wife. When not working, he enjoys making craft cocktails and training for Iron Man competitions.
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