Lori Kaufman, M.S.

Adjunct Faculty,
Department of Healthcare

Lori Kaufman is a registered dietitian with a holistic health counseling approach. She has worked as a registered dietitian at the New York Institute of Technology and as a renal dietitian in both a hospital setting and a dialysis center.

Ms. Kaufman moved to south Florida in 2012 and began working in a medical office, providing nutritional counseling to individuals on developing a healthy relationship with themselves and food. She also teaches online and on works at a university in an alternative medicine program. She loves swimming, tennis, and taking her dog to the beach with her friends and family.

Education

  • Master's in Medical Biology
    Long Island University
  • Bachelor's in Health Science
    Towson University

Research Interests

  • Holistic nutrition
  • Alternative medicine

Program Affiliations

M.Ed. in Health and Wellness Education Master of Education

The Master of Education in Health and Wellness degree will help you teach others about healthy life choices. You will learn about a wide range of health topics, and how to assess a community or an organization to determine health education priorities. Once you graduate, you will be prepared to take the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam.

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Master of Healthcare Administration Master of Science

The Master of Healthcare Administration prepares students for advanced leadership roles in the healthcare field, providing real world experience in management and strategy development. It also includes coursework that results in eligibility to take the Lean Healthcare exam.

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B.S. in Healthcare Administration Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration is a bachelor completion program designed for working healthcare professionals, or individuals who want to transition to the healthcare field, who have some college credit and want an accessible and affordable option to complete their degree in healthcare administration. Designed for individuals with an associates degree or some college credit, this bachelor’s degree completion program gives you a direct pathway toward earning a bachelor’s degree*. This program explores current legal and ethical issues in the growing and diverse field of healthcare administration, and provides students with a foundation in marketing, finance, human resources, and information management. You will learn leadership skills and other skills critical to a healthcare administrator such as effective communication, technology, critical thinking. This program includes a dual credit course, so by the end of the program you will have three credits that can be applied toward the Master of Healthcare Administration degree.

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