The best part of the program is the camaraderie and the team feeling among the students in my cohort.
— Anna Bradford, PhD 2012
Trauma Research Manager
Inova Health System
My experience at Hopkins was truly life-changing and has afforded me the opportunity to do what I believe is some truly meaningful work in my life.
— Brett Lee, MHS 2002
I considered an MBA program, but I wouldn't have been exposed to the broad spectrum of healthcare services, leadership and systems knowledge the MHA program offers.
— Eliza Medearis, MHA 2012
Alvarez & Marsal Healthcare Industry Group, LLC
My residency preceptor served as an incredible mentor at a crucial point in my career... he literally took me under his wing.
— Jeffrey M.G. Collins, MHS 2008
Manager, Innovation Operations
MedStar Institute for Innovation
It took me only a few weeks at Hopkins to learn that the best thing about this place is the people.
— Jessica Holzer, PhD 2013
Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University
The best resource that HPM has to offer its students is the faculty. The HPM faculty members are very approachable and make it easy to get involved in research projects.
— Jonathan Kromm, MHS 2006, PhD 2011
I was attracted to the health policy program because it offers the ability to enter the health policy arena after only nine months of study.
— Kathleen Dolan, MHS 2009
Environmental Health Analyst, ASTHO
Johns Hopkins is by far the best healthcare institution in the world, and its MHA program offers unmatched access to knowledge and resources.
— Kyun Hee (Ken) Lee, DrPH, 2013, MHS 2009
Project Manager, Financial Analysis Unit
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
I couldn't be happier with my decision to come to Hopkins. My experience was wonderful, in large part due to the incredibly collegial and supportive environment.
— Lauren M. Rosen, PhD 2012
Sommer Scholar, Postdoctoral Fellow
National Center for Health Statistics
One of the best features of the health policy and management program here at Hopkins is the collaborative spirit that permeates throughout the faculty and students.
— Tanjala Purnell, PhD 2012
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
MHA Case Competition & Alumni Reception
May 2, 2014, at the Bloomberg School. For more information, contact Jamila Savage (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Alumni Wine Tasting
April 2014, in Baltimore. For more information, contact Mary Sewell (email@example.com).
June 2014, in San Diego, CA. For more information, contact Mary Sewell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Graduates of the Department of Health Policy and Management are improving public health in prominent careers all over the world—from hospital administration to health economics.
The breadth of
degree programs in the Department offers students the flexibility to focus on a variety of subjects while gaining real-world experience. Graduates leave prepared to work in private industry, research and academic institutions, and governments at all levels.
Many alumni maintain an active role—serving as preceptors for our masters programs, teaching in our
institutes, mentoring current students, participating in special events, and working hand in hand with our faculty.