Claire-Cecile Pierre, MD, is the associate chief medical officer (ACMO) and vice president of Community Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital, a role she assumed in November 2021.
In this role, Pierre leads the Center for Community Health and Health Equity (CCHHE) and serves as the clinical and programmatic leader of Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center and Brookside Community Health Center.
Trained in Internal Medicine at the Cambridge Health Alliance and Board Certified in Clinical Informatics, Pierre holds decades of experience in the use of technology to improve the quality of care in community health centers. With a career focused on health equity, Pierre seeks to encourage healthcare innovations that appropriately center and value the expertise of patients and communities. Pierre also holds decades of experience in global health focusing on health systems strengthening after disasters. She has responded to multiple outbreaks, including HIV, Cholera, Zika and COVID 19.
She previously served as the Chief Medical Officer of Harbor Health Services, a community health network with locations in multiple towns from Boston to the Cape of Massachusetts. She has worked at Partners in Health, the World Bank and Babson College. She is an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School.