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Milken Scholar 1989
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Jenny Tsang-Quinn



Jenny Tsang-Quinn, MD, is Senior Vice President of Clinical Integration and Transformation, and Ambulatory Health Services at Maimonides Health in Brooklyn, New York. She is also the Associate Chief Medical Officer of the Community Care of Brooklyn IPA/ACO. Jenny's past experience as the Chief Medical Administrative Officer and the Senior Vice President of Population Health at Rendr and Vice President of Clinical Programs, Integrated Delivery System and Provider Engagement in the Department of Population Health at Maimonides Medical Center will help her and her teams to better integrate value-based care models into practice. Before joining the Maimonides team, Jenny was the Executive Director of the New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare, an organization that engaged healthcare employers and industry stakeholders in the analysis of current and future labor force needs.  Past experiences as the Assistant Director of Clinical Services at the Union Health Center and Director of Healthcare Programs at the September 11th Fund provided Jenny with opportunities to develop and launch innovative healthcare initiatives.  Jenny has been recognized by Crain’s New York Business as a Notable Woman in Healthcare.  Jenny is a graduate of the Autonomous University of Guadalajara School of Medicine and Columbia University, and is a patient-centered medical home certified content expert.

High school:  A. Philip Randolph Campus High School


College Year Degree
Columbia University
New York, NY
1993 B.A. Pre-medicine
Autonomous University of Guadalajara
2001 M.D. Medicine

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Jenny Tsang-Quinn (MS '89)

Notable Woman in Healthcare: Dr. Jenny Tsang-Quinn, MS '89, has been recognized by Crain's New York Business for her leadership at Maimonides Medical Center as VP of Clinical Programs and Provider Engagement.