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Joi Terrence-Hill, MHA

Joi Terrence-Hill, MHA

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Yes, [HCC is a worthwhile investment]… a partnership with the HCC could help to contribute to the continuous seeking environment of excellence.

Education

  • California State University, Northridge, B.S. Health Administration and Management
  • University of Southern California, Masters of Health Administration

Current Employment

  • Director, Transaction and Integration Management at City of Hope

Top enjoyment of HCC

  • Value of the ability to ask questions and seek knowledge in health care field
  • Experience working on a variety of projects
  • Opportunity to network with and learn from leaders in the organizations

Long term benefits of HCC

  • Learning how to be open-minded to new tasks and responsibilities
  • Growth in new and unexpected areas
  • Preparation for the next opportunities in her career

Lessons learned applied in the present

“ During my internship, I learned the importance of building and cultivating relationships with those whom you work. This lesson has guided me daily in my current position as I meet and work with new people in an organization that is driven by the delivery of quality patient care and service excellence. ”

Top 3 benefits HCC interns offer to Host Organizations

  1. Breadth of fresh perspectives and current ideas relevant to healthcare operations
  2. Skill sets that can be molded to assist various departments and projects
  3. Interns can be models for organizational career growth given demonstrated talents and contributions

HCC – A worthwhile investment?

“Yes, [HCC is a worthwhile investment]… a partnership with the HCC could help to contribute to the continuous seeking environment of excellence.”