Sally Kraft, MD, MPH

Vice President, Population Health, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Dr. Sally Kraft, MD, MPH is VP of Population Health at Dartmouth-Hitchcock where she leads a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to improving the health of populations and communities across the region served by Dartmouth-Hitchcock faculty and affiliates. The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Population Health department is organized around understanding the needs and implementing evidence-based interventions in 3 inter-related populations: employees, patients medically homed with Dartmouth-Hitchcock primary care providers, and the communities served by Dartmouth-Hitchcock health services. The department intentionally aligns efforts to population health management and community health improvements. Through the purposeful coordination of health care redesign and investing in community-based resources, she hopes to learn how our health systems can be partners in pursuit of health. In this role, she has gained a deeper understanding of the need to ensure that community experts are helping identify the questions that need to be asked, as well as, creating the solutions.  

Dr. Kraft received her MD and MPH degrees from the University of Michigan, and has practiced pulmonary and critical care medicine in Stanford CA and Madison WI.