Timothy Seay-Morrison, EdD, LCSW

Interim CAO, Ambulatory Care and Service Lines
Stanford Health Care

Timothy Seay-Morrison serves as interim chief administrative officer of ambulatory care and vice president of service lines. He leads the strategic, business, clinical and operational functions for the Stanford Medicine—Health Care ambulatory enterprise and is the executive leader for several service lines. As part of this portfolio, Dr. Seay-Morrison leads the patient-facing and workforce COVID-19 response, workforce health and wellness (occupational health) for the health system, and partnerships with local county public health and community agencies. He previously led the Clinical Support Services and Patient Care Services teams in the Office of the Chief Nursing Officer. Prior to joining Stanford Medicine, Dr. Seay-Morrison was the care coordination manager for surgery and transplant at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. He also held clinical instructor faculty appointments in the UCLA School of Public Affairs and the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Dr. Seay-Morrison is a licensed clinical social worker, accredited social worker case manager and board-certified music therapist. He has a doctorate in education (organizational change and leadership) from the University of Southern California, where his dissertation Retention Rates & Burnout Among Medical Assistants was awarded distinction by the Rossier School of Education. He also has a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Miami and a Master of Social Welfare degree from UCLA. Dr. Seay-Morrison lives in San Francisco with his husband, Ben, and their two children, Arthur and Henry.


Tuesday, March 21
9:00–10:30 a.m.
37X - Developing Strategies to Address Ambulatory Care Front-Line Staff Burnout and Professional Fulfillment