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Paul Myoung

Senior Administrative Director
Massachusetts General Hospital
Paul Myoung
Patient Group: Adult, Pediatric & Neonatal
Areas of Practice: In-patient, Living Donation, Outreach, Post-transplant, Pre-Transplant

Brief Bio

Paul currently serves as the Senior Administrative Director of the Transplant Center, Division of Transplant Surgery, and Mechanical Circulatory Support Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, MA. The MGH Transplant Center is the largest center in New England by total transplant volume, and the only center to offer the full range of services in kidney, pancreas, Islet cell, liver, heart, and lung transplants, including pediatric kidney and liver transplants. In close collaboration with key clinical leaders Paul is administratively responsible for the transplant service line, including hospital and ambulatory operations, finances, regulatory compliance, clinical research, business development, and overall strategic direction for the transplant service line. Paul is also the Chair of the MGH Organ and Tissue Donation Committee, a member of the MGH Ethics Committee, and serves as the Region 1 Representative on the OPTN/UNOS Transplant Administrators Committee.

Paul received his Masters in Healthcare Administration from University of Washington and his B.A. in Economics from New York University. He is also a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (CLSSBB).

Connections to the Cause


Past Involvement: Board of Directors
Current Involvement: Board of Directors, Presenter

Alliance Presentations

Young Man Having Zoom Video Call Via A Computer In The Home Office. Stay At Home And Work From Home Concept During Coronavirus Pandemic.

Implementing a Successful Workforce Model in a Virtual Environment

Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at 2:00pm

Over the last year, organizations nation-wide have had to redevelop many of their processes to ensure the safety of their patients and staff while continuing their efforts in facilitating the lifesaving gift of donation. During this webinar, we will explore the response protocols implemented by a large transplant center and an Organ Procurement Organization (OPO). Each organization will provide an overview of how the COVID19 pandemic has impacted their clinical practices and share insights on how they each managed to successfully overcome these challenging circumstances.

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