The 2013 Pinnacle Awards – the region’s premiere gathering of female professionals – is just eight days away, on Thursday, January 24 at the Westin Boston Waterfront.
It’s there we’ll honor a select group of eight of the top women in Greater Boston business, across different sectors and backgrounds. As part of our ongoing profile series of each outstanding recipient, today we look at Dr. Myechia Minter-Jordan MD, Chief Medical Officer of The Dimock Center, this year’s honoree for Achievement in the Professions.
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Dr. Myechia Minter-Jordan is Chief Medical Officer at The Dimock Center, a community health care institution serving Boston’s inner-city neighborhoods, and is a strong advocate for increasing access to care for the city’s most vulnerable residents. Dr. Jordan’s collaborative approach has resulted in significant partnerships connecting the Center to world-class institutions like Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. During her tenure, she led the Center through the successful transition to electronic medical records, and established Dimock’s first Institutional Review Board to pave the way for future research projects. Dr. Jordan is widely respected for her expertise and insight, and she has published articles in various medical publications, including The New England Journal of Medicine. Throughout her distinguished career, she has served as one of seven governor-appointed physician members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration, and has hosted a segment on NECN entitled “Community Health.”