Healthcare Administration Faculty

Mary Von
Director & Professor, School of Physician Assistant Studies; Interim Director, School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership

Director and Academic/Clinical Faculty

Professor, School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership

Laura Dimmler, PhD, MPA is a Professor in the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership.

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Rose Bernards, MBA is adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration program.

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Tim Borne is an adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration program.

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Wayne Clark, MA is an adjunct faculty member for the Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Healthcare Administration programs.

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Shiloh Erven, MHA is an adjunct faculty member for the Master of Healthcare Administration program.

Director, Graduate Certificate in Gerontology Program; Assistant Professor, School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership
503-352-2631

Amber McIlwain, MS is the Director of the Graduate Certificate in Gerontology and is an Assistant Professor in the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership. 

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Professor Emeritus
503-352-7282

Professor Millard's practice and research interests include multi-system pharmacy management and leadership practice at Providence Health and Services and the analysis and dissemination of current pharmacy laws and regulation through professional organizations and liaison with legislature and the OR Board of Pharmacy. 

Interim Director, Bachelor of Health Science Program; Assistant Professor, School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership

Kevin Rogers, MA, MHA is the Interim Director of the Bachelor of Health Science program and an Assistant Professor in the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership at Pacific University.

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Vince Roux, MBA is adjunct faculty in the Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Healthcare Administration programs.

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Ken DeVane is an adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration and the Bachelor of Health Science programs.

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Troy Strass, MBA, PHR is an adjunct faculty in the Master of Healthcare Administration program.

Instructor; Senior Clinical Analyst, OHSU

Siran is an adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration and Bachelor of Health Science programs.

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Ren is an adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration at Pacific University, teaching healthcare finance classes.

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Frank is an adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration and Bachelor of Health Science programs as well as a professional dog butler.

Gwen Dayton, JD, CHC
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Gwen is General Counsel and Executive Vice President for the Oregon Health Care Association as well as adjunct faculty in the Pacific Master of Healthcare Administration program. She has over 20 years of experience working with health law and policy, including serving as counsel for the Oregon Medical Association, the Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems, Kaiser NW Permanente and the Oregon legislature.

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Lynn joined the adjunct faculty for the Master of Healthcare Administration program at Pacific in 2018. He has over 12 years of experience working in the healthcare in physical therapy and primary care. Lynn currently works for Providence St. Joseph Health and is the Senior Manager over all Primary Care Clinic Operations in South West Washington.

 

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Assistant Dean for Academics and Assessment & Associate Professor
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I currently practice in ambulatory care at Mountain View Medical Center in Forest Grove, OR. My particular area of interests are in motivational patient-care joint decision making, care of older adults, and interprofessional healthcare.

The Assistant Dean of Academics and Assessment (ADAA) is the academic administrator who oversees curricular and programmatic assessment initiatives within the School, while providing leadership and support in instructional design, teaching development, assessment of student learning, accreditation, interprofessional education, and mentorship to assist faculty, post-graduate learners, staff, and pharmacy students in fulfilling the School’s mission.