Michael Jordan, MD, was awarded a Master’s degree on May 28, 2015 in Healthcare Quality and Safety Management (MS-HQSM) from the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. The MS-HQSM is a specialized degree program offered by the Jefferson School of Population Health.
The degree program is designed specifically for physician executives and addresses the national need for executive leadership in health care quality and patient safety. Thomas Jefferson University accepts 125 CME hours of prerequisite courses from American Association of Physician Leadership as part of its degree curriculum. These courses cover the most important competencies in medical management and leadership — taught by nationally recognized faculty. The MS-HQSM candidates then complete 10 additional graduate level courses covering health law, information technology, organizational development and quality from the faculty at Jefferson.
Dr. Jordan is pediatrician with an office in Sodus, NY and is the Medical Director of Child Health for the Rochester Regional Medical Group and Chief of Pediatrics at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital.
About Rochester Regional Health
Rochester Regional Health is an integrated health services organization serving the people of Western New York, the Finger Lakes and beyond. The system includes 150 locations: five hospitals; more than 100 primary and specialty practices, rehabilitation centers and ambulatory campuses; innovative senior services, facilities and independent housing; a wide range of behavioral health services; and ACM Medical Laboratory, a global leader in patient and clinical trials. Rochester Regional Health, the region’s second-largest employer, was named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes in 2015. Learn more at rochesterregionalhealth.org.
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