Alumni Update: Where are they now?
January 21, 2014 —
Kathleen Bridge-Liles MS, NEA-BC, Hahnemann University ‘87 was named Chief Administrative Officer of Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, part of the Lee Memorial Health System. Bridge-Liles oversees the hospital’s strategic initiatives, manages day to day operations, and is responsible for its overall performance. She has been with the Lee Memorial Health System for 22 years, and most recently served as interim CAO for the children’s hospital. Previously, she was the Vice President of Women’s and Children’s Services.
Brett Clayton MHS, PA-C, ‘09 joined the Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) Medical Group in the PCRMC Orthopedic Clinic. Clayton is a board-certified physician assistant in orthopedics and brings five years of experience to the PCRMC team. He is skilled in MR1, CT, ultrasound and x-ray interpretations; general and sports medicine orthopedics; intra-articular, bursal and tendon sheath injections; suturing, splinting, casting and fracture reductions; and pre- and post-operative evaluation and treatment for inpatient and outpatient care.
Dora Godnig MCPHU ‘05, a physical therapist, relocated her Maximum Solutions clinic from Crystal Street in East Stroudsburg a few blocks away to 66 South Courtland Street, where she had a grand opening in mid-October 2013. Godnig previously worked as a physical therapist at Riverside Clinic in Brodheadsville, Good Shepherd in Bethlehem, and Mercy Hospital in Scranton before becoming involved with Maximum Solutions.
David Isgan, MHS, PA-C ’13 joined the faculty of Marywood University for the 2013-2014 academic year. Mr. Isgan is a clinical instructor in the physician assistant program.
Sheena Pradhan- just received a job as an outpatient dietitian working for Community Healthcare Network in New York City.