Dr. Monica Vohra takes helm as chief medical officer at DotHouse

Dr. Monica Vohra, right, is shown caring for a patient. Photo courtesy DotHouse Health

Dr. Monica Vohra, pictured with a patient, this week began her duties as chief medical officer at DotHouse Health, where she has worked as a primary care physician since 2019, with a special focus on depression monitoring, reducing psychosocial barriers to diabetes management, and integrating and enhancing telehealth services.

Michelle Nadow, the president and CEO of DotHouse, said Vohra “is dedicated to delivering healthcare services through the lens of health equity. Her leadership will help us evolve to meet the challenges and opportunities of the changing health care environment and our patients’ needs.”

In addition to her duties at DotHouse, Vohra has served as medical director at MassHealth for almost three years, developing an expertise on justice-involved individuals and for transgender and gender non-binary individuals. Prior to working at DotHouse, Monica was a primary care provider at a federally qualified health center in Washington

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