Beth M. Roemer, MPH
Beth M. Roemer, MPH is a healthcare leader with decades of experience in healthcare delivery, health policy, executive consulting, and medical education innovation. She served as assistant dean at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J Tyson School of Medicine, prior to her retirement in 2019. She co-led the early design and implementation of the medical school, with a focus on strategic planning, governance, external relations, and equity, inclusion and diversity.
Her previous roles included executive director of medical education strategy at Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and senior director of the Kaiser Permanente Institute for Health Policy where her policy focus was the future healthcare workforce in a reformed healthcare system. In The Permanente Federation, the national organization of the medical groups of Kaiser Permanente, she led multi-dimensional national strategic initiatives and built strategic partnerships among the entities within Kaiser Permanente and with its labor unions.
“I deeply appreciate the privilege of working for an organization with a social mission: to provide high quality care, cost effective care, to improve the health of communities, and to invest in educating future health professionals. It has been a lifelong joy to work in an environment where the organization’s fundamental values are aligned with my own.”
Ms. Roemer received her Bachelors in economics and psychology and her Masters of Public Health in health services management from the University of California, Berkeley. She completed the Kaiser Permanente Advanced Leadership Executive Program at the University of North Carolina.