Bennett Graham will be joining Main Street Health as President, and Dr. Sarah Chouinard will be joining as Chief Medical Officer. Graham previously served as Senior Vice President of Operations at Aspire Health. Dr. Chouinard previously served as Chief Medical Officer at Community Care of West Virginia, a federally qualified health center operating 17 outpatient clinics and 50 school-based centers across 9 counties in central West Virginia. Dr. Chouinard was previously recognized by the West Virginia Rural Health Association as “Rural Practitioner of the Year.” Main Street’s board will include Brad Smith, Bill Frist, and Annie Lamont, managing partner at Oak HC/FT.
“I have always been passionate about rural healthcare,” said Bill Frist, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader and founder of Frist-Cressey Ventures. “Main Street Health is one of the first efforts I have seen that is focused exclusively on truly transforming healthcare in rural America.”
"Oak HC/FT has always believed that to provide the best care at the lowest cost, the future of healthcare has to be driven by value-based care," said Annie Lamont, co-founder and managing partner at Oak HC/FT. "We are proud to continue our longstanding partnership with Brad and collaborate with the entire team at Main Street Health to reinvent healthcare in rural America."
Initial investors in Main Street Health include Smith, Frist-Cressey Ventures, Oak HC/FT, NCN, and a number of other healthcare entrepreneurs from across the country.
Main Street Health’s recent financing was supported by Tyson Bickley, Partner at Waller.