Rhonda Garrison is the Assistant Dean, Continuum of Physician Education for the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MU-COM). She has over two decades of experience in health care; several years of that time she managed the residencies at Westview Hospital. Her degree in Public Health with a concentration in Healthcare Administration is from Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. Rhonda is responsible for aligning and managing the educational experiences for MU-COM's medical students from matriculation through graduation. Her primary focus is on the design, delivery and coordination of the clinical activities that occur during the third and fourth year of medical school.
Prior to joining Marian University, Rhonda was the Director of the Community Healthplex where she managed multiple departments, over 50 full-time employees, and was responsible for a $4 million budget. Earlier in her career, she managed not-for-profit organizations in Bloomington, IN and Fort Worth, TX.
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