Vanetta Abdellatif, M.P.H. - Director, Integrated Clinical Services
Multnomah County Health Department
Friday, November 2, noon - 1 p.m.
OHSU BICC, Room 124
This is the second in a series of monthly seminars for all students in the OMPH program. Food and beverages will be provided. Live video teleconferencing will be provided to students at OSU!
Vanetta Abdellatif began her career in Health Care Administration by earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Welfare from UC Berkley and a Master of Public Health with a specialty in Health Services Administration from San Diego State University. She completed fellowships in Hospital Administration at Kaiser Permanente in California and Long Term Care Management with the Catholic Health Corporation in Nebraska. During the time that she has lived in Portland, Vanetta has held leadership positions with Legacy Emanuel Hospital and Health Systems, Providence Health Systems, and the Multnomah County Health Department.
Currently, Vanetta is the Director of Integrated Clinical Services, the Community Health Center contained within the Multnomah County Health Department. Integrated Clinical Services includes: seven Health Centers (providing Primary Care, Dental, Homeless, HIV, and Ancillary Services), twelve School-Based Health Centers, three WIC sites, and Corrections Health. She currently serves on the Governor's Health Policy Commission (OHPC) and is Board Chair for the Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA). She is also a Board Member for Oregon Community Health Information Network (OCHIN) and the Community Health Advocates of Oregon (CHAO). In addition, Vanetta serves on the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Primary Care/Mental Health Work Group, and is a member of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) Education and Impact Committee.
Sponsored by: Oregon MPH Program, the Center for Healthy Communities at OHSU, and the Center for Health & Social Inequities Research at PSU.