Newswise – November 3, 2022, Notley, NJ Miriam Hoffman, vice dean for academic affairs at Hackensack Meridian College of Medicine, has been appointed to the prestigious Fellowship for Women Leaders in Academic Medicine and Health Care.
The Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership Program in Academic Medicine (ELAM®) is a one-year, part-time fellowship for faculty in the Faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, and Pharmacy. Hoffman will join ELAM’s inaugural Executive Leadership in Healthcare (ELH) cohort. The fellowship started this summer, just completed its first week of residency, and will continue for the academic year..
said Robert C. Jarrett, CEO of Hackensack Meridian health. “She will continue to be recognized nationally as a thought leader in this field.”
“Miriam is very important to what we do at the school,” said Jeffrey Boscamp, MD, interim dean of the school and professor of pediatrics. “She’s an accomplished teacher – but she also incorporates this special human element that is so important to our school. This award is very well deserved.”
Drexel University School of Medicine runs the program. According to Drexel, the ELAM program is dedicated to developing the professional and personal skills required for leadership and management in today’s complex healthcare environment, with particular attention to the unique challenges facing women in leadership positions. More than 1,200 ELAM graduates occupy leadership positions in organizations around the world.
Hoffman was promoted to vice dean of the college in April, and was previously the senior associate dean for academic affairs. She led the development, implementation and continuous enhancement of the medical education program. Hoffman’s goal is to align medical education curricula with health outcomes for populations and individuals, including addressing health disparities.
She previously worked at Boston University School of Medicine for 13 years, where she held various teaching and leadership roles.
Hoffman has spent her clinical career working with patients from diverse backgrounds in underserved settings, including safety net hospitals and community health centers. Hoffman completed her undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins University, received her medical degree from Cornell University School of Medicine, and completed her residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Residency in Family Medicine at Columbia University.
About Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine
Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, the first private medical school in New Jersey in more than 50 years, welcomed its first class of students in 2018 at its On3 campuses in Knotley and Clifton. Hackensack Meridian health She began operating independently in July 2020. The school’s vision is that everyone in New Jersey and in the United States, regardless of race or socioeconomic status, will enjoy the highest levels of wellness in an economically and behaviorally sustainable manner. The school’s unique curriculum focuses on connecting the basic sciences with clinical relevance, through an integrated curriculum in a collaborative, team-oriented environment. The school prides itself on outreach, through programs such as Human Dimension, that are active in communities across New Jersey.
About Hackensack Meridian health
Hackensack Meridian health is a leading not-for-profit healthcare organization and the largest and most integrated comprehensive healthcare network in New Jersey, providing the full spectrum of medical services, innovative research, and life-enhancing care. The network includes 17 hospitals and more than 500 patient care sites, which include ambulatory care centers, surgery centers, home health services, long-term care and assisted-living communities, ambulance services, lifesaving air medical transportation, rehabilitation centers, urgent care centers, and more. Exercise doctors, fitness and wellness center. With over 35,000 team members and 7,000 physicians, Hackensack Meridian health is a leading healthcare philanthropic company committed to the health and well-being of communities throughout New Jersey.
Notable network differences include having more US newsHospitals are ranked higher than any other health system in New Jersey, by ranking US News & World Report, 2022-23. Hackensack University Medical Center has been ranked nationally by US News & World Report In four specialties, more than any other hospital in New Jersey. Joseph M. Sanzary Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center and K.Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center are ranked first in the state and number 20 in the Mid-Atlantic region by US News & World ReportBest Children’s Hospital Report 2022-23. Additionally, the Combined Nephrology Program ranks in the top 50 in the United States. To find out more, visit www.hackensackmeridianhealth.org.