Mia Flournoy is program coordinator with Global Medical Education in the Department of Global Medicine at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Mia serves as a primary contact for inquiries from international visitors pursuing additional medical training at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). She coordinates the application and intake process for international medical education applicants and helps them prepare for their arrival to Philadelphia. Her excellent customer service and interest in the multi-cultural atmosphere make her an excellent addition to the Global Medical Education team.
Prior to moving to CHOP, Mia served as an administrative assistant in the legal department of the pharmaceutical company, GlaxoSmithKline, for four years.
Mia is currently enrolled at The University of Phoenix pursuing her Bachelor of Business Administration.
Titles and Academic Titles
Program Coordinator, Global Pediatric Education
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