Title: Residency Training Coordinator (Retired)
Company: University Hospitals Case Medical Center
Location: Streetsboro, Ohio, United States
Sandra Gail Barnes, Retired Residency Training Coordinator at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Healthcare Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in healthcare administration.
Accruing 40 years of experience in her field, Ms. Bares most recently excelled as the residency training coordinator for the chief of vascular surgery and the chief of cardiothoracic surgery at University Hospitals Case Medical Center before her retirement in 2012. She served with the medical center for over 20 years, earning several promotions in recognition of her quality work and the diverse skill set she had continued to cultivate. During her time working for the medical center, she started a transcription business from her home and provided professional transcription service for three departments at the hospital.
Earlier in her professional journey, Ms. Barnes thrived in a number of positions with the cardiology and electrocardio and echocardio departments at Mount Sinai Medical Center from 1976 to 1989. She additionally held the position of medical secretary for the Invasive Cardiology Division at the Cleveland Clinic from 1973 until 1976.
Before embarking on her private career, Ms. Barnes finished three years of coursework in mass media communications at Cleveland State University, earning Dean’s List honors in five semesters and induction into the university’s Golden Key National Honor Society in 1987. Prior to her studies at the aforementioned university, she achieved Dean’s List honors while pursuing an associate degree in nursing for one year at Cuyahoga Community College.
Ms. Barnes became involved in her industry because of her interests in medicine, science and journalism. She is particularly proud of having worked alongside high-level hospital administrators, while continually broadening and heightening her scope of responsibility over the course of her career.
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