Sherer, a former UAB School of Health Professions faculty member, is currently using the arts as an advocacy tool for social justice issues. She is perhaps best known for her series of photos titled Living in Limbo: Lesbian Families in the Deep South. This exhibit was the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute’s first LGBTQ-themed exhibition. She also put together the sequel Family Matters: LGBTQ Youth Perspectives.
“Our health system focuses on a ‘patient-centered’ approach, meaning that we think of the patient and their families in every decision we make. It will be imperative, in my new role, to bring that mentality to the forefront of all new projects and departments I may be assigned,” said Hester, who also serves as a member of the UAB School of Health Professions Junior Advisory Board. “I’m very excited about the opportunity to grow as a healthcare professional and to be a member of the USA Health System.”
Projects Hester will oversee may range from medical staff oversight and development, operational efficiency, ambulatory care, education or governance.
USA is also increasing his duties in committee membership at the Medical Center. His most recent placement is with the Performance Improvement Committee where he is co-chair of the End-of-Life sub-committee. Hester is also the Director of Safety and Security for USA Medical Center.
Attending the event were UAB OT alumni Bailey, Rachel Ashcraft, Laura Vickers and Michelle Henderson along with OT students Megan McCarley, Keaira Gunn and Anna Jones.
The UAB School of Health Professions has implemented the Breakfast with Blazers series this year in order to better connect UAB alumni and students. The mentoring sessions have been a huge success so far.
If you are a UAB alumni or student interested in participating in future Breakfast with Blazers sessions please contact Amanda Sherman in the SHP Dean's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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McWhorter was a member of the first cohort and one of the first eight people to graduate from the Executive Doctoral program in December 2012. This week, he shared his wealth of experience and knowledge in health systems leadership with a new group of 21 students from across the country.
“They have been involved with us over the past year for several volunteer projects including painting a residential home and helping with our Big Top event from start to finish,” said Sherri Van Pelt, vice president of development and communications. “These students represent the best of the best and I can’t begin to say how much we appreciate having their support and friendship. I think they are so far ahead of the game in understanding the value of giving back to the community.”
UAB School of Health Professions' Dean Harold P. Jones, Ph.D., joined nine alumni and current faculty members at the Court of Two Sisters restaurant.
The GC program prepares students to work with patients and families who are learning about and coping with the risk genetic disease may have for themselves and their relatives. It combines scientific and clinical education to prepare students for the evolving field of genetic counseling and to work with a variety of patients.
Many thanks to our PA alumni who attended: Wendy Cornelius, Ben Jeter, Kim Johnson and Christina Rosser.
They met with eleven UAB PA students. They heard some great questions and gave some strong guidance.
If you are a student, ask your program director about upcoming Breakfast with Blazers so you can network with UAB alumni. If you are alumni, reach out to Amanda Sherman at email@example.com about giving back to your program.
Jadeja, age 36, serves as administrator of Paradise Valley Hospital in National City, California. Having served as their administrator since 2011, Jadeja was named for his role in the hospital's national recognition for clinical quality and patient safety. Paradise Valley is a Top 100 Hospital, Top 15 Health System and Top Performing Hospital in Key Quality Measures according to their website.
As a student at the UAB School of Health Professions, Jadeja was president of MSHA Class 36. He started his career as COO of Shands Lakeshore, based in Lake City, Florida, in 2002. Beginning in 2008, he served as COO of Southwest Healthcare System's Inland Valley and Rancho Springs Medical Centers.
Becker's Hospital Review says the names on the "Rising Stars" list "were collected through peer nominations and editorial research" and that nobody can pay to be on their list.