Amy Mendoza, Assistant Administrator

Amy MendozaAmy Mendoza joined The George Washington University Hospital as Assistant Administrator in October 2013.

Previously, Amy held an executive administrative fellowship at Yale-New Haven Health System in Connecticut. Before her time at Yale-New Haven, Amy completed an intensive clinical clerkship focused around Anatomical Pathology in Indiana.

Amy has two Masters of Science degrees: in Healthcare Administration from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and in Anatomical Pathology from Science/ Chicago Medical School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/ Chemistry from the University of Oregon.

She is a trained Six Sigma Green Belt and a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives.

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