Kevin Flynn, DMH, FACHE

Bio

Kevin C. Flynn, DMH, FACHE, is a clinical administrator at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. He is a career healthcare executive with thirty-five years of leadership experience in both acute-care hospitals and academic-based medical group management positions. Before joining Einstein, Kevin served as president for the Healthcare Division at RCP Solutions in Dresher, PA. Prior to this, he held executive positions at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Christiana Care Health System’s Riverside Hospital in Wilmington, DE and Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) in Allentown, PA.

During his career, Kevin served as the principle architect for the development and operation of LVHN’s Regional Heart Center, which was listed in U.S. News & World Report for Heart & Heart Surgery. He designed and opened two inpatient 24/7 physician hospitalist programs for LVHN and initiated and obtained Joint Commission accreditation for its Stroke Center. At Temple University, he expanded its Sports Medicine program into the Philadelphia Archdiocesan High School network, embedding trainers into each of the school’s athletic programs.

Kevin was elected to the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Council of Regents for Northeastern Pennsylvania serving from 2000 to 2005 and was a founding board member and treasurer for the Multiple Sclerosis Center of the Lehigh Valley. He is a senior fellow in the Panuska College of Professional Studies at The University of Scranton, where he has held a faculty appointment since 2003. He also holds a faculty appointment at Saint Elisabeth University College of Health and Social Sciences in Bratislava, Slovakia, where he has taught graduate level healthcare courses ranging from leadership to human resource topics. Kevin has also served on Penn State’s Health Policy and Administration Undergraduate Advisory Board.

Kevin earned his doctoral degree with distinction in Medical Humanities from Drew University in Madison, NJ, defending a dissertation on Medicine in Film: A Reflection on Society's Response to Healthcare. He also holds an MA in Theology from the University of Notre Dame, an MS in Health Administration from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, and a BS in Health and Physical Education from Penn State. Kevin is board certified in healthcare management by the ACHE and achieved fellowship status with distinction in 2002.