Dr. Patricia Calayag has served as Chief Medical Officer of Westmed Medical Group as of July 2021. In this position she is responsible for overseeing all clinical programs at Westmed and ensuring outstanding, quality patient care for Westmed’s 350,000 patients in Westchester and Fairfield Counties.

Prior to this role, Dr. Calayag was appointed Deputy Medical Director of Westmed in 2018, and managed the implementation of Westmed’s patient experience initiative which has resulted in proven success with a 98th percentile Press Ganey patient satisfaction ranking when compared to other health systems in the region. Over the last year, Dr. Calayag has spearheaded the cross departmental expansion of Westmed’s telehealth offering, which now includes virtual access to nearly all of Westmed’s medical specialties. Under her guidance, the group has successfully completed more than 100,000 virtual visits since Westmed’s telemedicine expansion efforts. Tasked with leading the clinical teams towards the future of high quality healthcare delivery, Dr. Calayag has most recently led the adoption of Westmed’s first Remote Patient Monitoring program, My Westmed Connect. This initiative is designed to help patients manage chronic health conditions outside of the exam room through digital innovation and a dedicated team of virtual health coaches.

Dr. Calayag’s scope of medical practice includes general obstetrics and gynecology, both high- and low-risk pregnancies with special interest in fertility, laparoscopy and minimally invasive surgery. She has been in private practice since 1995 in Westchester and the Bronx, and joined Westmed Medical Group in June 2008. She is affiliated with Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut.

Dr. Calayag attended Wesleyan University in Connecticut for undergraduate studies and graduated with university honors. She earned her medical degree from SUNY- Stony Brook School of Medicine in New York. She then completed her residency training at Harvard University School of Medicine’s Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, MA, where she was also a clinical teaching fellow for Harvard medical school.