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  • Greg Wilmot

Gregory Wilmot

President and Chief Executive Officer, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

Reporting to EBNHC’s Board of Directors, Greg oversees the overall organizational activities of the health center. With an annual operating revenue of $200+ million and nearly 1,500 staff members, EBNHC is the largest community health center in Massachusetts, and among the largest Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in the nation. With health equity at the heart of all we do, EBNHC provides a wide-range of services, including primary care, 24/7 emergency care services, specialty care services, and various other health services and wellness programs designed to meet the needs of its community’s residents. 

Prior to assuming the role of President and CEO, Greg most recently served as EBNHC’s Senior Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, and Executive Director of Neighborhood PACE. Prior to joining EBNHC, Greg worked in a various roles spanning the health and human services industries. This includes working as a Director at AllWays Health Partners, a member of Partners Healthcare System (now Mass General Brigham), where he was a leader in AllWays’ Medicaid Strategy and Operations, and Marketing areas. Greg worked at Boston Medical Center as Director of Business and Network Development. Greg also served in the Deval Patrick Administration’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), where he served as Senior Advisor to the EOHHS Secretary and led strategy and business 

planning and performance management for the secretariat. Greg also work at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts in various operational and management roles.

Greg serves on various boards and advisory groups including the Board of Health for the Boston Public Health Commission and the Board of Directors for Community Care Cooperative (C3), Advocates for Community Health and Community Servings. Greg is also on the Board of Trustees for Boston Medical Center Health System and has served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts PACE Association as well as the Board of Directors of the Dimock Center. Greg holds a BA in Psychology from Boston College and an MBA from Northeastern University with a specialization in Investments. For his professional and civic achievements, Greg was awarded the Stars’ 40 under 40 award in 2010, YMCA Achievers award in 2016, Boston Business Journal’s 40 under 40 award in 2019.

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