Raymond Malloy, MHA, RRT

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Raymond Malloy received his Master of Health Administration at Saint Joseph's University; and his Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care/Health Science at West Chester University. Currently he is an administrator for pulmonary services who provide administrative leadership for all clinical functions within pulmonary services departments, which include Respiratory Care: Center City, JHN and MHD, Pulmonary Function Testing: Inpatient/Outpatient, Inpatient Sleep Center: and Bronchoscopy Suite. He is directly responsible for planning, budgeting, adherence to metrics and outcomes, supply chain, revenue cycle, technology systems and physical plant. He also plans and directs activities to ensure a high standard of care and implementation of sound policies and procedures for Pulmonary including training, development, budget administration and employee relations. Mr. Malloy created and led a Pulmonary Service Line to include the new Jane and Leonard Korman Lung Center at Jefferson. Currently Mr. Malloy is an adjunct faculty at Saint Joseph’s University teaching Health Care Policy in the Health Administration Graduate Program.

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