Kristine Fay, MHA, CMPE
Chief Officer, Community-Based Care
Kris Fay joined Lee Health in 2012 and serves as the chief officer for community-based care.
Kris oversees the Lee Health Center for Care Transformation, a center which focuses on the advancement of value-based care initiatives including care redesign and contract performance. She also oversees the employed medical group of more than 900 physicians and advanced providers, as well as the outpatient services and locations for the health system. She is responsible for the overall growth, strategy and operations of the employed physician group and for achieving financial, quality, engagement and patient experience targets. Additionally, she is responsible for the overall effectiveness and strategic growth of outpatient services, including ambulatory nursing, imaging, lab, neuroscience services and behavioral health.
Before joining Lee Health, Kris worked as the chief operating officer for Bon Secours Medical Group in Richmond, Va. She also worked as the chief operating officer for Providence Physician Services in Spokane, Wash., and as the director of physician services at Concord Hospital in Concord, N.H.
Kris is certified by the American College of Medical Practice Executives and is a member of the National Medical Group Management Association. She served as a board member for the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce and completed the Leadership Lee County program for the Chamber of Southwest Florida.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a master’s degree in Health Administration from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, N.H. She lives in Fort Myers with her husband Anthony and two golden retrievers, Vinny and Clyde.