The Monroe County Hospital & Clinics is proud to share Angela Freeman of Albia has completed her Masters in Health Care Administration. She is the Chief Quality & Service Officer at MCHC.
Freeman began her pursuit of higher education in October 2009 with the University of Phoenix. She completed her Masters in Health Care Administration with an emphasis in education (MHA/ED) on June 20, 2011. Angela will use her additional knowledge and skills to benefit MCHC and grow in her current position as Chief Quality & Service Officer, as well as advance further into healthcare administration. Freeman added, “I also have a desire to teach others and plan to pursue healthcare teaching opportunities in a university setting on a part-time basis.” Additionally, Freeman has enrolled in a Doctorate Program through the University of Phoenix and will begin this journey in September 2011.
Angela stated, “I was inspired by two very important people in my life – my mother and my husband. Both have overcome enormous challenges in their lives and continue to amaze me with their talents and success. My mother led by example and taught me the importance of strong work ethic and personal growth and development. My husband has been a role model and mentor in the areas of strength, will-power, dedication, and personal commitment. I thank both of them for providing me with the support and encouragement to pursue my academic goals.”
Freeman is among 4 other Monroe County Hospital & Clinics employees who are pursuing advanced degrees and 11 others who are pursuing additional nursing certification.