System Vice President for Community Health, CommonSpirit Health™
Pablo Bravo is the System Vice President for Community Health at CommonSpirit Health™ located in San Francisco.
He is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the community health
department, which includes prevention programs, community benefit reporting, community health needs assessments, community and social innovation partnership grants, community investments, international community health, partnerships with community organizations, foundations, local, state, and federal agencies in support of CommonSpirit Health’s mission, values and strategic goals. The Vice President of Community Health is also responsible for developing policy and providing strategic alignment and facilitation of CommonSpirit Health’s community health. Pablo Bravo has been with CommonSpirit Health for 16 years. During this time he has grown the community investment program from $35 million to $140 million, expanded the grants program to include a new social innovation partnership grants program, aligned and integrate community health with operations, innovations, philanthropy, care coordination, case management, emergency department, and Population Health Management. He has also taken over the leadership of the Global Mission Program.
Mr. Bravo serves on Boards including Dignity Health Medical Foundation, Tehama ACH Investment Program, Religious Community Investment Fund, San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund, Healthcare Anchor Network, and the Dominican San Rafael’s Socially Responsible Committee. Strengths: collaborative; team development; project leadership; executive coaching; multi industry background, bilingual, international speaker.
Prior to CommonSpirit Health, Mr. Bravo held the position of Chief Financial Officer for Baker Places, Inc., a large non-profit, community-based organization. Before this, he was the Fiscal and Operations Director for the City and County of San Francisco Department of Mental Health Children Services and Managed Care. He holds a Master’s in Public Health from the University of San Francisco. Mr. Bravo is well-regarded in the local non-profit community and has a good understanding of community-building. His vision for Community Health includes expanding CommonSpirit Health community partnerships as a way to address the health needs of low-income communities.