Administrative Fellows Graduation 2013

View photos of the graduating class:

Current Fellows

Hospital Fellows

Physician Services Fellows

Second Year

Second Year

Rachel Caruso

Xavier University
Phone: 412-665-2909

Juliya Bykova, MHMS

Duquesne University

Alexander Hill

University of Iowa
Phone: 412-692-8436

Nordisha Coots, MHA

University of Pittsburgh

Michael Dorff, MHA

University of Florida

First Year

First Year

Alyssa Pennington

University of Iowa
Phone: 412-647-0244

Jaclyn Calabria

Carnegie Mellon University

Bradley Baker, MHA

Medical University of South Carolina 
Phone: 412-648-6115

Matthew Priestas

West Virginia University

Matt Moore

The Ohio State University

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