Kurt Miceli, M.D., M.B.A.
Kurt Miceli, MD, MBA serves as Senior Vice President of Adult Behavioral Health. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Miceli served as Elwyn’s first-ever Chief Medical Officer during the first eighteen months of the COVID-19 pandemic. In his current role, Dr. Miceli oversees adult behavioral health operations in six states offering an array of services from residential to outpatient. Prior to Elwyn, Dr. Miceli was the Chief Medical Officer for Bancroft, and President of Marcroft Medical Associates, a psychiatric and neurology medical practice he founded. Additionally, at Bancroft Dr. Miceli transformed quality assurance functions and served as the executive decision maker for all health care matters. Other significant experience and leadership positions include Medical Director for Crisis Services at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Medical Director of Carson Valley Children’s Aid, and President of the Medical Staff at Fairmount Behavioral Health. Over the past ten years Dr. Miceli has developed and taught two courses in health care economics for Villanova University’s MBA program and most recently was an inaugural faculty member of Villanova University’s Certificate in Healthcare Design & Innovation program. Dr. Miceli received his BA in Economics and BS in Biology from Villanova University, his MBA from the University of Virginia Darden Graduate School of Business, and MD from Drexel University College of Medicine. He is board certified in both psychiatry and internal medicine. Dr. Miceli is married to Kaitlin Miceli, Esq. and is the proud father of daughters, Anneliese Margaret and Cecelia Beatrice.