A partner in the health care practice, Christina Bergeron provides strategic business and regulatory counsel to prominent health care and private equity clients. She regularly advises on complex transactions across a wide range of health care industry sectors. Most recently, Christina has also been advising clients on a range of issues associated with the pandemic, including navigating financial relief provisions for health care providers under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
With a background in business and finance, as well as hands-on experience helping to run a small business, Christina brings a unique perspective to her work. Clients value her abilities as a trusted counselor—whether talking through risk, negotiating challenging provisions or finding creative ways to resolve the myriad regulatory issues that transactions often present. They also appreciate the deep and varied knowledge of the health care landscape she has gained through her deal work.
Community is extremely important to Christina. In addition to taking an active role in mentoring and training associates at Ropes & Gray, she is involved with the firm’s pro bono efforts, specifically related to immigration. Christina also serves on the board of directors of Hospitality Homes, a nonprofit organization that provides families of patients at Boston-area hospitals with free housing through a volunteer host network.