Peter C. Lindblad, MD
Medical Director, Disability Services
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School

Peter Lindblad has more than 20 years of private and public sector experience as a practicing internist. He directs a group of over 25 physicians and psychologists to provide clinical consultation to professional review staff in a number of programs. Lindblad also directs a provider network of over 120 community-based physicians and psychologists who provide consultative examinations for disability applicants in Massachusetts. He has developed and implemented provider credentialing and quality assurance programs for his staff and the provider network.

Lindblad is president of Primary Physician Partners, where he is a practicing internist. He is also a physician advisor for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and a member of the board of trustees for St. Vincent’s Hospital in Worcester.

Prior to joining UMass Chan Medical School, Lindblad was medical director for Ambulatory Services at the Cambridge Health Alliance in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Medical Director at Dartmouth Hitchcock Clinic in Manchester, New Hampshire. He has also served as chief of medicine at Fallon Clinic in Worcester and as a consultant on advanced access to Partners Health Care in Boston. Lindblad has won numerous awards, including the Nesson Award for Excellence, the National Association of Public Hospitals Award for innovation, the UMass School of Medicine Community Faculty Award (two-time winner), the UMass School of Nursing Community Faculty Award, Physician Manager of the Year at Fallon Clinic, and Physician of the Year at St. Vincent Hospital.

Lindblad received his medical degree from UMass Chan Medical School, an MS degree from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicinea, and a BA degree from Middlebury College. 

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