Kim McVeigh, MBA, OT, CHT

Kim McVeigh, MBA, OT, CHT, is an Operations Administrator for Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine, and Employee Well-Being at Mayo Clinic in Florida and has been a rehabilitation specialist in hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder orthopedic injuries at Mayo Clinic since 1999. Kim’s past leadership roles include Supervisor and Director of Rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic. In addition, Kim is adjunct faculty at Jacksonville University, is a current board member for the American Society of Hand Therapists and is a past board member of the American Association of Hand Surgery and the American Hand Therapy Foundation. Kim has presented education at the national level on various rehabilitation topics over 25 times. She has published prospective research, and is currently the primary investigator for a grant-funded multi-site prospective randomized control trial. Kim holds academic appointment as Assistant Professor in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. She received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from The Ohio State University in 1996, her hand therapy certification in 2001, and her Master’s in Business Administration from New England College in 2013.