Kimberlee Sherbrooke, M.H.A., FACMPE
Ms. Sherbrooke is vice president, Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), chief operating officer for the Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians (OJHP), and the executive director, Johns Hopkins University, Clinical Practice Association (faculty practice). Ms. Sherbrooke is a nationally recognized senior executive leader with specialty expertise in developing, organizing, and managing faculty practice organizations.
In her current role, she has oversight of practice operations and responsibility for establishing the strategy for all physicians who are part of or affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine. Ms. Sherbrooke’s responsibilities include the JHU School of Medicine Clinical Practice Association (CPA), as well as the Johns Hopkins Community Physicians (JHCP). These practices include approximately 3,000 full- and part-time physicians with many core responsibilities, such as revenue cycle, practice management, physician training, and access services. Ms. Sherbrooke also provides oversight of JHM’s Executive and Preventive Health and the Office of Telemedicine programs. She is leading efforts in the Medical Services Office that will help facilitate the development of a clinically integrated physician value network and lead to a physician alignment strategy for JHM, including practice acquisition efforts. She has also played an integral role in the development and structuring of Johns Hopkins Regional Physicians, LLC, (JHRP), incorporated December 2016.
Before joining Johns Hopkins, Ms. Sherbrooke was the chief operating officer for Indiana University Health Physicians, a large multispecialty group practice in Indianapolis that is integrated with Indiana University Health. In that role, she brought together more than 50 private groups and academic departments, oversaw practice operations in some 150 locations and physician services in 11 hospitals, and helped develop a centralized call center focused on single-call resolution.
An Indiana native, Ms. Sherbrooke earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from Purdue University and a master’s degree in health administration from Indiana University. She is a fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives, the Past Chair of the AMGA CAO/COO Leadership Council and member of the AMGA Public Policy Committee.