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Kelly Lavin Delmore



University of Pittsburgh, B.S., 2002

University of Pittsburgh, M.H.A., 2004

Presentations & Speaking Engagements

Kelly L. Delmore is a Principal in Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC’s Government Relations and Public Policy Practice.

With almost two decades of Capitol Hill, association and private sector experience, Ms. Delmore advises clients on political strategy, advocacy and health care policy. She is highly regarded on both sides of the political spectrum. Given her deep health care business knowledge, Ms. Delmore has worked effectively with companies, coalitions and associations to create policy solutions and legislative opportunities.

She has represented various health care clients before Congress and the executive branch over the years, including; hospitals, dialysis providers, health care provider associations, large regional health systems, national health insurance associations, Medicare Advantage plans, cancer centers, and pharmaceutical companies, amongst others on an array of policy matters.

Prior to becoming a consultant, Ms. Delmore held the following key roles in DC; Director of Federal Government Affairs for the American Physical Therapy Association, Legislative Assistant to House Ways & Means Committee member Rep. Phil English (R-PA), and Regulatory Policy Analyst for the American Osteopathic Association. Before her time in Washington, DC, Ms. Delmore worked in hospital settings in Pittsburgh, PA, where she focused on health information technology, cancer registry, and HIPAA implementation.

Ms. Delmore holds a B.S. in Health Information Management and a Master of Health Administration from the University of Pittsburgh.

Professional Affiliations

  • American College of Healthcare Executives
  • American Health Law Association
  • Women in Government Relations, Co-Chair Health and Social Policies Task Force, 2012 - 2016

Honors & Awards

  • Named a Top 2021 Lobbyist by The Hill

Presentations & Speaking Engagements


Health Care Reform

Health Law Perspectives


Vates JR, Ridge-Hetrick JL, Lavin KL, Sharma GK, Wagner RL, Johnson JT.  Protecting Medical Record Information: Start Your Research Registries Today.  The Laryngoscope. 115:441-444, 2005.

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