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Part-Time Instructor, Healthcare Administration

Health Sciences Campus

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I currently work as an Administrator for Orthopedics at Loyola Medicine, where I support the day-to-day operations of the service line across the three hospital system. I previously held roles that focused on strategy and business development across an organization. I earned my undergraduate degree from Loyola's Health Systems Management program, and my master's degree from Rush University. I am excited to continue teaching as an adjunct faculty member and use my knowledge to help students navigate the different areas of health care. Aside from work, I enjoy being active, traveling, and attending comedy shows around Chicago.


Education
  • BS in Health Systems Management, Loyola University Chicago
  • MS in Health Systems Management, Rush University

What's it like to teach at Parkinson?

My favorite part of the Parkinson School are the faculty members. I've also enjoyed learning from individuals that are or were once in the field. It allows the students to better understand first hand experiences and situations and I believe that helps shape the students after graduation.

What would you tell a student about why your field is exciting or important?

I believe the field of healthcare administration has endless possibilities and it's important to have individuals that can steer a hospital or health system in the right direction using a variety of tool: data, conversations, market research, etc. In a competitive and ever changing market, these skills are very important.