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College of Health Science & Public HealthThe College of Health Science and Public Health is comprised of several nationally-accredited programs and their respected faculty.
668 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Suite A Rm 340
Spokane, WA 99202
Faculty and Staff
Below you will find a listing of the faculty and staff for the Health Services Administration. If you are unsure of who to contact with your questions, please call the main program office at 509.828.1245.
Mary A. Keogh Hoss, PhDHealth Services Program DirectorRiverpoint 338Phone: 509.828.1245Fax: 509.828.1275Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMary Ann Keogh Hoss is an experienced health care administrator. Her career in health care started in 1968. She has worked in support services, clinical services and administration. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and Fellow Distinguished in Recreational Therapy. She is also certified nationally as a recreational therapist. She has 30 years of experience in health care having worked in government hospitals as well as not for profit hospitals. She has worked as a support services worker, therapist, manager, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer. Her experience and skills as a leader help transform knowledge into actual working realities.
Anna TresidderAssistant Professor of Health Service AdministrationRiverpoint 234Phone: 509.828.1490Email: email@example.com
Anna Foucek Tresidder is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Health Services Administration at Eastern Washington University, Spokane, WA. Prior to her appointment at Eastern Washington University she was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Public Health at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. She completed her Ph.D.in Health Systems and Policy from the College of Urban and Public Affairs at Portland State University, Portland, Oregon in 2013. Her dissertation study examined the institutional context needed to support and legitimize team-based practice for the elderly. Prior to teaching at Pacific she was an adjunct instructor for the Oregon Masters of Public Health program, where she taught graduate level classes for students at Portland State and Oregon Health and Science University for ten years. Dr. Foucek Tresidder also worked with the Layton Aging and Alzheimer's Center at Oregon Health and Science University, from 2004-2009. She has been an independent evaluation and research consultant specializing in health and social programs for 12 years. From 1996-1999 she was a Community Development and Program Manager with the US Peace Corps, where she served in Siansundu, Zimbabwe.
Joyce GoffHSAD AdvisorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org