Gail M. Tsimprea — Trusted Executive

Belmont, MA — Gail M. Tsimprea is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Trusted Executive for her work in the Medical field and in acknowledgment of her work at McLean Hospital.

For over 41 years, Dr. Tsimprea has dedicated her career to quality patient healthcare and patient safety. She has worked at McLean Hospital for the entirety of her four decades in psychiatric practice.

As the Chief Quality and Risk Management Officer at McLean Hospital, Dr. Tsimprea ensures high-quality care for patients throughout the facility. She evaluates and upholds practice patterns and guidelines. At McLean Hospital, patients of all ages who are facing mental health issues can receive specialized treatment. They treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, trauma, PTSD, addiction, anxiety, eating disorders, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and more. The hospital is located at 115 Mill St. in Belmont, MA.

Dr. Tsimprea has been honored and awarded for her work with numerous awards, such as McLean Hospital’s Vision of Excellence Award, multiple Partners in Excellence Awards, and a Presidential Accommodation from Former President of the United States Bill Clinton, recognizing her leadership, hard work and commitment. Patriot Trail Girl Scouts and the Boston Business Journal presented her with the Leading Woman Award for her important work with patients struggling with mental illness.

Dr. Tsimprea attended Walden University, where she earned a Doctorate degree in Health Services and Social Change. She began research on innovative ways to help patients in community residences. Throughout her career, she has published many articles with her peers in her specialty, such as “Improving Communication Between Nursing Staff and On-Call Residents via a Standardized Paging Protocol,” (2020) “The price of a gift: an approach to receiving gifts from patients in psychiatric practice,” (2007) and “Psychiatric treatment of the VIP: some paradoxical risks.” (2012). Her work has been published in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, the Harvard Review of Psychiatry, and Academic Psychiatry: the Journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry. She currently teaches students as a Psychiatry Instructor at Harvard Medical School.

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