South Shore Medical Center Names New Chief of Family Medicine

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Kristen Perfetuo
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Khalil Alleyne, MD smiles for a portrait in his lab coat.

Khalil Alleyne, MD, has been named Chief of Family Medicine at South Shore Medical Center.

In his new role, Dr. Alleyne will oversee the Family Medicine Department while supporting providers, developing new programs and processes, and striving to enhance clinical medicine.

“Dr. Alleyne brings a wealth of knowledge to the position and we are excited to have him on board in this new role,” said David Halle, MD, Medical Director of the Ambulatory Care Division at South Shore Health.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to lead this department, especially during an unprecedented time for our medical center,” said Dr. Alleyne. “COVID-19 has presented some challenges for our health system, including increased demands on staffing, developing strategies for administering the COVID-19 vaccine in our community, and changes to primary care practice styles. I’m looking forward to working with my colleagues in addressing and adapting to these challenges.”

Dr. Alleyne has been a Family Medicine physician at South Shore Medical Center since 2014. He’s an active member of the Massachusetts state chapter of the Academy of Family Physicians where he served on its board of directors and its Advocacy Committee.

Dr. Alleyne has also served on several important committees at South Shore Health, including Data Analytics and the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.

A resident of Hanover, Mass., Dr. Alleyne received his medical degree from University of Kansas School of Medicine and completed his residency at Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, Connecticut.

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Kristen Perfetuo
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