Mary Beth Kacyn, LCSW
Mary Beth works at Oak Street Health, focusing on patient experience and helping Medicare eligible patients gain affordable access to care. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and worked in early childhood development prior to joining Oak Street Health in 2013. She studied Psychology at Dartmouth College and holds a Masters in Social Work degree from University of Chicago. Mary Beth is motivated by ensuring every Medicare recipient feels educated on their Medicare options, supported by their medical community, and has a doctor’s office they trust.
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