Health Center At Texas State University

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Introduction
This is a report of an Interview with Karen Gordon-Sosby, associate director at Texas State Student Health Center. Karen is a highly motivated professional, an experienced healthcare administrator and appears to possess inherent management and leadership skills that are quite significant and noteworthy. Her expertise in performing the indispensable task in managing and analyzing financial records, brings a unique blend of health administration and public health prowess to the healthcare industry.
Source statement
Responses to the interview questions were obtained through personal communication with Karen Gordon-Sosby on 17th September, 2015 in her office at the Student Health Center.
Demographics
Name of the interviewee: Karen Gordon-Sosby
Title of the interviewee: BS, MSPH, MAcy
Site of practice: Student Health Center at Texas State University
Years of practice: 1993 to present as Associate Director in the Department of Administration at Texas State Student Health Center

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Knowledge and skills
Healthcare is an intricate field that requires the administrators to be versatile in all the core competencies. In a healthcare firm, there exists varied cadre of individuals from diverse cultures. To deal with such a heterogeneous group of population, an administrator must possess robust communication skills that play a paramount role in…
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