Larry McReynolds has served as Executive Director of Family Health Centers at NYU Langone since February 2005 and has over 20 years of experience in health care administration. Mr. McReynolds oversees administration, planning, and finance for one of the nation’s largest Federally Qualified Health Center networks.
Under Mr. McReynolds’ leadership, Family Health Centers at NYU Langone has evolved to become the medical home for approximately 110,000 individuals in underserved communities around New York City, oversees a budget of $225 million, and coordinates teaching programs for more than 450 residents. The Health Center has grown to include 9 main primary care sites with dental clinics co-located at 5 sites, 22 school-based health centers and 31 school dental clinics, 11 site community medicine program serving over 7,000 homeless New Yorkers, Post-doctoral Dental Residency Programs (AEGD, GPR, Pediatric Dentistry, Anesthesia, Orthodontics), community-based programs impacting youth, adults and elderly, 5 sub-recipients of Section 330 funding.
Mr. McReynolds is the immediate past Board Chair of Community Health Care Association of New York State (CHCANYS) as well as Board Member of the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). He was the recipient of the HRSA National Community Service Award and honoree of the 2014 New York Association of Ambulatory Care (NYAAC). Additionally, Larry was honored by The Arab American Association in 2013, Mixteca Organization, and by the New York Chinese Planning Council honoree in 2014 for leadership in cultural competence and community health.
Larry holds a Master’s Degree in Health & Hospital Administration from Washington University School of Medicine and is pursuing his Doctorate in Health Care Administration.