Sharon Kiely, MD

Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs & Chief Medical Officer

Sharon Kiely, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Stamford Hospital Sharon Cabrina Kiely, MD, has over 30 years of experience caring for patients. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and has spent her career as a leader in medicine in hospitals, the classroom and administrative positions. 


Dr. Kiely has taught medical professionals and medical students and currently serves as clinical associate professor of medicine at Columbia University. She has also worked as White House Fellow and in advisory roles with the Department of Health and Human Services, helping direct policy and research on topics such as infectious diseases and organ transplantation.

Dr. Kiely is an advocate for getting proper medical care to underserved patients across the globe. While at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she established a residency elective rotation in Haiti, helping medical residents learn more about international health while providing much-needed care to the Haitian people. In numerous volunteer positions, she has helped the homeless receive medical care. She has also given many national presentations on how to combine medical education with care to the underserved

Before becoming Chief Medical Officer at Stamford Health, she was vice president of quality and patient safety for Allegheny General Hospital. At Stamford Health, she sets the clinical goals of the organization, ensuring that patients receive safe and quality care.