Melinda Upton leads Brigham and Women's Hospital's network development programs by strengthening current partnerships and developing new relationships with health care systems, hospitals and medical groups. She is also active in the Brigham's strategies for regional and ambulatory development.
Upton has more than 20 years of experience in health care administration, including leadership roles at community hospitals and academic medical centers. Throughout her career, she has focused enhancing access to quality health care through the development of clinical programs and collaborations with other health care organizations and providers.
Upton earned her master’s degree at Boston University and her bachelor’s degree at Dartmouth College.