Mansoor Khan, MD, MHA, FACEP, is the Senior Vice President (SVP) of Growth and Health System Relationships and the Chief Clinical Officer of ENVOY at Envision Healthcare. Dr. Khan is a practicing board-certified emergency medicine physician and healthcare executive with more than 20 years of experience caring for patients and leading teams in the delivery of high-quality, patient-centered care.
Dr. Khan has dedicated his career to championing clinicians, advancing evidence-based best practices, improving patient outcomes and expanding access to care for diverse patient populations. He became SVP of Growth and Health System Relationships in August 2023 with a focus on providing strategic direction and clinical value to the hospitals and communities Envision serves. He has been the Chief Clinical Officer of ENVOY since 2018, leading a multispecialty group of clinicians in caring for patients in communities where the need is greatest.
Dr. Khan has been instrumental in creating opportunities for Envision clinicians to collaborate with various partners and spearhead meaningful contributions to healthcare. During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Dr. Khan developed the medical group’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), which provides community relief during challenging times, such as natural disasters and humanitarian crises. He has led the growth of Envision’s Global Health Initiative, empowering clinicians to deliver much-needed primary and surgical care and medical education to communities around the world while re-invigorating their joy in medicine. Since 2021, clinicians have cared for patients in the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Jordan, Zimbabwe and Pakistan.
Throughout his 15-year career at Envision, Dr. Khan has held various leadership roles, including Regional Medical Director at Envision and Emergency Medicine Department Chair at Richmond University Medical Center. He has also served as an emergency medicine subject matter expert and consultant for the New York State Department of Health.
In 2014, he founded StationMD, a value-based care telehealth solution that improves access to timely and clinically appropriate care for patients with intellectual and developmental conditions. He currently serves as a Board Member for StationMD.
Dr. Khan earned his medical degree from the State University of New York Stony Brook School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine and internal medicine residencies at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He earned his Master of Healthcare Administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.