Dr. Mechley’s career is founded on servant-led principles and innovative approaches to some of the most challenging concerns in healthcare today. As a recognized physician executive in primary care, she led a primary care transformation project as medical director for a nationally recognized healthcare system. Dr. Mechley serves on the Ohio Governor’s Office of Health Transformation task force for patient-centered medical home (PCMH) redesign. This task force is utilizing the $75 million CMS State Innovation Model awarded to Ohio to design and execute a statewide multi-payer pay-for-value system for Ohioans. She also serves as Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in the Department of Family and Community Medicine.
A cum laude graduate of Saint Louis University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, Dr. Mechley received her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. A frequent speaker for organizations and conferences, she now educates others entering the medical field as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in the Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Dr. Mechley is a member of the American Academy of Family Medicine; the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, where she serves as a member of the Planning Program Committee; and the Ohio Medical Association. She was recognized in Cincy Magazine’s “Best Doctors” edition for 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016, and in her previous clinical role has received the National Committee for Quality Assurance “PCMH Level 3” distinction.
Doctorate of Medicine (MD)