Dr. Jeffrey Kreher, wellstead health’s chief medical officer, received his MD from the University of Missouri-Columbia Medical School and did his residency in adult and pediatric medicine at Indiana University, where he served as Chief Resident. He completed a fellowship in Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine at Boston University/Boston Medical Center, and since 2011, he has practiced sports medicine in the departments of Orthopedics and Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital. Jeff is recognized as a leading educator of patients and health professionals at Harvard Medical School and MGH. His career-long focus has been on providing the highest level of expert, multi-systems care and optimizing the health and well-being of children and adults. Jeff was recently awarded his certification in Functional Medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine and will shift his practice focus from specialty orthopedic to primary care. Beyond his work life, Jeff’s interests include his kids, the outdoors, yoga, cycling, fermenting, philosophy, and board games with his partner, Kirsten.
Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer
Jeff Kreher, MD
Bonny Rollender, wellstead’s co-founder, has a 25-year career in health care that has been fueled by a passion for improving the physician-patient experience. She completed graduate studies in healthcare management at Duke University and serves on the Duke-Fuqua School of Business health care advisory board. Bonny has focused her professional expertise on creating new physician practice models, including the Arizona Center for Health and Medicine, an integrative health practice. Bonny made a mid-career move to join athenahealth where she applied her expertise in medical group operations during the company's early expansion. Bonny’s entrepreneurial spirit, her personal interest in fitness and nutrition and a passionate belief that optimal health and a quality aging process depend on how and what we consume led her to collaborate with Jeff to co-found wellstead health. Bonny spends her “non-work” time traveling with her husband Matt to the three colleges attended by their triplets, and creating new, tasty, clean recipes.