Director/Standardized Patient Program
As Director for the Standardized Patient Program with CMU’s College of Medicine, Nhu provides direction for the development and daily operations of the Clinical Skills Center. Her focus is on the coordination of design, development, and implementation of clinical learning experiences utilizing trained standardized patients and state-of-the-art simulators.
Nhu earned her Bachelors of Science degree from Michigan State University and a Masters in Public Administration, with a concentration in Healthcare, from Western Michigan University. Prior to joining the College of Medicine, she served as the Administrative Designated Institutional Officer for Graduate Medical Education and Director for Continuing Medical Education at the College of Medicine's East Campus in Saginaw, also known as CMU Health.
While working in one of the largest multi-specialty practices in the Great Lakes Bay Region, Nhu brings with her over 12 years of experience in the administration of programs for physician residency training, management of education for third and fourth year medical students and continuing medical education offered to the physicians of north-central Michigan. Her most valued aspect that comes from working at the College of Medicine is the opportunity to participate and contribute towards the development of a new and innovative medical school.