Toyin is a primary care physician dedicated to improving health care for people with complex needs. She’s currently the Chief Health Officer at Cityblock Health, an organization in New York City that aims to build a scalable solution to address the root causes of health for underserved urban populations. Prior to Cityblock, Toyin served as Chief Medical Officer of Commonwealth Care Alliance. In this role, she led all clinical operations; spearheaded care delivery innovations; and oversaw multi-disciplinary teams of more than 500 clinicians, community health workers, and administrators, serving more than 20,000 beneficiaries across the state of Massachusetts.
Toyin received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University, an MPhil from the University of Cambridge, and her medical degree from King’s College London School of Medicine. Having completed her residency training at Boston Medical Center, Toyin is a board-certified family physician and continues to practice primary care and hospital medicine focused on patients with chronic, complex, and end-of-life needs. Internationally recognized as a leader in care for populations with complex needs, Toyin advises organizations such as the Center for Health Care Strategies, the Commonwealth Fund, and Institute for Healthcare Improvement.