Dr. Hinchey leads a team of highly skilled educators and researchers as they innovate around training the next generation of caregivers. They oversee 24 programs for post-graduate education, as well as eight-million dollars in research focused on improving the care we provide.
His professional career includes a number of innovations in education grants. Most recently, he and his team, received one of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-Residency Review Committee’s (ACGME-RRC) Educational Innovation Project (EIP) grant. Only 21 programs in the country were accepted into this project. In recognition of his leadership he has been elected Chair of the EIP collaborative.
After completion of his undergraduate education from Williams College and graduating from Tufts University School of Medicine, Dr. Hinchey came to Baystate Medical Center in 1988. He completed his internal medicine residency training at Baystate Medical Center and stayed on for an additional year as the Chief Medical Resident. He served as the program director for the internal medicine residency program at Baystate Medical Center- for 12 years prior to becoming the CAO.