Lindsay Corcoran is a compassionate change agent and strong advocate for sustainability and access in rural healthcare. With over 12 years in healthcare and a background in practice management, Lindsay was drawn to consulting as a means to help others both locally and on a larger scale. At Stroudwater, Lindsay focuses on supporting and sustaining healthcare access for rural communities through hospital and medical practice operational assessment, affiliation strategies, and quality improvement; she has assisted rural and community hospitals and clinics across the country to improve operational and financial performance. As a member of Stroudwater’s Opioid Management Team, she helps primary care clinics and provider practices understand and implement the Six Building Blocks program, an evidence-based approach to treating chronic pain patients on long-term opioid therapy.
Her experience as a healthcare administrator gives Lindsay a unique perspective on practice operations, customer service, and patient-centered care. Before joining Stroudwater, Lindsay worked in an outpatient physical therapy setting as a practice administrator for three clinics in southern Maine.
Outside of work, Lindsay enjoys camping and hiking in the great state of Maine with her husband, two children, and their dog, Zeke.
Lindsay is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine and earned her Master of Healthcare Administration degree from Seton Hall University.