Nancy Norman, MD, MPH
Board of Trustees
About Nancy Norman, MD, MPH
Dr. Nancy Norman serves as Medical Director of Integration for the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership (MBHP). A subsidiary of Beacon Health Options, MBHP focuses primarily on Massachusetts's Medicaid population and manages behavioral health care for more than 430,000 MassHealth members, with a network of more than 1,200 behavioral health providers. In her role, Dr. Norman works with city and state public health officials, medical providers, consumer advocates, and business leaders to improve health outcomes by working to better integrate behavioral health with primary care, partly by focusing on payment reform and health system redesign efforts.
Prior to joining MBHP in 2012, Dr. Norman served five years as Chief Medical Officer for the Boston Public Health Commission, including time spent as Interim Executive Director, where she oversaw clinical functions focusing on a variety of health problems facing the community, including infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS services. Previously, Dr. Norman spent nine years as a primary care/HIV provider and Director of Women's Health at Fenway Community Health Center, a federally qualified community health center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Norman received her undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College and her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine. She completed her internship and residency, including chief residency in Internal Medicine, at Faulkner Hospital. She later received a Master of Public Health from Harvard University School of Public Health and completed a clinical fellowship in community-oriented primary care/preventive medicine at Carney Hospital.