Mallika Mendu, MD, MBA, Associate Chief Medical Officer
As Associate Chief Medical Officer, Mallika Mendu, MD, MBA is responsible for the transformation of care delivery at BWH to ensure the implementation of strategic priorities related to inpatient operations, care continuum management and population health. She is also responsible for ensuring that quality, safety, access, patient and family experience and efficiency can be met along the continuum of care. Dr. Mendu leads efforts related to medical affairs, clinical integration, care management, physician coaching, and advancing postgraduate training. She previously held leadership roles in the Brigham Department of Quality and Safety and MGB Population Health Management.
Dr. Mendu completed her internal medicine residency at the BWH, her nephrology training at the BWH and MGH, and her MD and MBA degrees at the Yale School of Medicine and the Yale School of Management, respectively. She received her Bachelor’s in Science from Brown University. She serves in the Department of Medicine, Renal Division, as a practicing nephrologist, clinical researcher, and assistant professor, and conducts research related to quality, population health, equity and care delivery innovation. She has authored over 70 peer-reviewed publications and provides mentorship to trainees conducting research in health care delivery innovation.