Integrated, evidence-based outpatient care and addiction recovery platform for opioid and other substance use disorders.
Evidence-based, integrated approach that includes medications for addiction and other psychiatric needs, such as Suboxone and antidepressants, as part of a personalized plan for recovery.
Group and individual therapy in clinic, through video, and in community settings, tailored to what is most effective and convenient.
Dedicated support to remove individual barriers to recovery and a fulfilling life through connection to resources such as housing, employment, and peer support.
With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.
— ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
We need better addiction care for our communities, for our loved ones, for ourselves. This care must be human, and focused on the individual needs of each person who comes to us for assistance. This care must be based in science and the understanding that addiction is a disease that requires medical, behavioral, and social support.
We need more addiction care across the country, and into neighborhoods that have been long underserved. This reach must extend care towards those who need it, bringing it nearby while keeping it financially affordable. This reach must work with the local ecosystems of healthcare and community partners to multiply their efforts in supporting addiction treatment and recovery.
We need this care fast, so that there are open doors when a loved one asks for help on their journey of recovery. This door must stay open and welcoming, even in the face of a difficult disease and relapse. This door must open to points of care in clinics, and extend outside of the clinic walls into the community.
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Corbin Petro is the CEO and Co-Founder of Eleanor Health, focused on expanding access to an integrated, evidence-based outpatient care and addiction recovery platform for opioid and other substance use disorders. Previously, Petro was the founding CEO and President of Benevera Health, a first-of-its-kind payer/provider joint venture (JV) encompassing two businesses: Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare’s New Hampshire insurance business and a newly formed population health services company. Petro has an extensive background in healthcare including as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Massachusetts Department of Medicaid (MassHealth), a $13 billion agency providing health care to 1.4 million Massachusetts residents, advising a US Senator on health reform, and roles at Bain and Company, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte Consulting, and American Management Systems.
Petro was honored as one fifteen healthcare executives under 40 named a 2018 Up and Comer by Modern Healthcare. She received a BA from Yale University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She is married, has two sons, and resides in the greater Boston area.
Nzinga Harrison, MD
Co-Founder & Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Harrison serves as the Chief Medical Officer for Eleanor Health with more than 15 years experience practicing medicine. She is a double-board certified physician with specialties in general adult psychiatry and addiction medicine. She completed undergraduate training at Howard University in Washington DC; medical school at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and residency training at Emory University in Atlanta. Dr. Harrison has spent her career as a physician treating individuals from marginalized communities with substance use and other psychiatric disorders. As a physician executive, she has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer roles committed to creating and improving systems-based delivery of psychiatric and substance abuse care. She is a vocal advocate for stigma reduction, and is passionate about the necessity for whole-person care as individuals and communities seek to recover from and prevent substance use disorders. Nzinga is married to a stock market investor and has two teenaged sons who keep her busy with academic pursuits, swim meets, basketball games, archery tournaments and pilot academy.
Co-Founder & VP Growth Operations
Srishti Mirchandani is a Co-Founder and VP Growth Operations of Eleanor Health. She most recently was a VP at Oxeon Ventures, and within the Venture Studio worked towards creating de novo companies addressing pressing challenges of our healthcare system, including as the initial founder and team member designing and building Eleanor Health. Her prior roles include strategy and product development with Accretive Health's Quality & Total Cost of Care business, management consulting with Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy & Operations practice, and serving in special projects roles across a variety of healthcare organizations, each with their own unique lens and approach to improving health, including athenahealth, Humana, Vital Healthcare Capital, and Healthy Schools Campaign of Chicago.
Srishti earned her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis in dual majors of Economics and Healthcare Management with Honors in Economics with Distinction, and earned her MBA from Columbia Business School with Dean’s Honors with Distinction. Outside of the office, you will find her encouraging health in other ways as a Pilates instructor and on “urban hikes” with her husband.
Co-Founder, Eleanor Health; General Partner, Town Hall Ventures; Founder & CEO, Oxeon Holdings
General Partner, Town Hall Ventures; Chair, US of Care; Fmr Administrator, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
General Partner, Town Hall Ventures; Managing General Partner, Oxeon Ventures; Fmr. General Partner & CFO, Accretive LLC