Alan I. Glass, MD
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director
Dr. Glass has been the Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of the Habif Health and Wellness Center at Washington University in St. Louis since January, 2004. A graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School, he completed a pediatric residency at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. He practiced emergency medicine for several years before entering the field of college heath. His areas of interest include college health, men's health, sexual health, cultural competency in health care, and medical student education. He is the Past President of the American College Health Association.
Debra Harp, RN, MBADirector of Administration
Ms. Harp received her Registered Nursing degree from Mennonite Hospital School of Nursing and Illinois State University in Bloomington, IL and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from the Executive MBA program at Washington University in St. Louis. Her nursing career focused on Emergency Medicine in the St. Louis area followed by several years as a Business Analyst with General American Life Insurance Company. She joined Student Health Services as Associate Director, Chief, Administration in May 2000. She serves as an advisor to the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) and is an Academic Advisor to students of WU Arts and Sciences Programs.
Bryant Davis, MA
Mr. Davis graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a bachelor’s in history. Currently, he is finishing his Master of Arts in history at Eastern Illinois University. His professional experiences have focused on serving students and the general public alike. While at Eastern Illinois University he worked as a graduate assistant; in addition he also served as a substitute teacher in Coles County Illinois. His most recent work was spent as secretary and receptionist at a local family practitioner’s office.
Sexual Asssault and Community Health ServicesKim Webb, MEd
SHS completes a credentialing process of medical providers to ensure degrees, licenses, and certifications are accurate and current. Our staff members have particular training and experience in working with university students. They are committed to the growth and personal development of each student within the University community who seeks assistance. In addition, they provide consultation to various health-related student organizations and assist with training of faculty and staff who deal extensively with students.
Lisa Ross, MD
Director of Clinical Services
Dr. Ross graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School, and completed an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Rochester. She has served on the faculty of St. Louis University and Washington University in St. Louis, where she taught medical students and residents. Dr. Ross joined Student Health Services in 2006, after several years in private practice.
Jennifer Hillman, MD
Staff Physician, Medical Services
Hillman graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine.
She completed residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the
University of Cincinnati. Following that she completed a fellowship in
Adolescent Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and spent nearly 5 years
as a faculty member in the Division of Adolescent Medicine at Cincinnati
Children’s Hospital where she completed research, taught medical students and
residents, and provided specialty care for adolescents with eating disorders,
obesity, depression, and reproductive health care needs. She has a particular
interest in weight-related disorders, mood disorders, and reproductive health needs
of young adults. Dr. Hillman is a St. Louis native and joined Student Health
Services in February 2013.
Dori Donnell Lingle, MSN, RNC, FNP
Nurse Practitioner, Medical Services
Dori Lingle graduated as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1994, with a Master of Science in Nursing. She is licensed with the State Board of Nursing, and is certified with the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Dori’s experience includes Intensive Care nursing at the University of Missouri Hospital-Columbia, and the John Crowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She worked as a Public Health Nurse with the Peace Corps in Central America. After completing her master’s degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner Dori was employed at Johns Hopkins/National Institute of Aging, Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging in Baltimore, Maryland. In St Louis Dori has taught at the Barnes Jewish School of Nursing and has volunteered in medical clinics serving the Hispanic population of St Louis. In 2001 she founded a non-profit organization to provide medical care for newly-arrived immigrants. Dori has been in private practice since 2004. She joined the staff at Washington University Student Health Services in 2007.
Jason Mehrtens, MD
Staff Physician, Medical Services
Dr. Mehrtens obtained his medical degree from Southern Illinois University. Following graduation, he completed his residency in Family Medicine at Madigan Army Medical Center, and then served an additional four years on active duty as an Army physician. He then completed a fellowship in Adolescent Medicine at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. His special interests include caring for adolescents and young adults, in addition to sports medicine and medical student/resident education.
Cristina Walden, MDStaff Physician, Medical Services
Dr. Walden graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in 1988. She completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Endocrinology Fellowship training at UTMB and the University of Toronto. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology. She has practiced at Washington University Student Health Services since 2007. Special interests include endocrine disorders, diabetes management and insulin pump therapy.
Cynthia Wichelman, MDStaff Physician, Medical Services
Dr. Wichelman joined Medical Services in 2002. She received her medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the combined program of George Washington University/Georgetown University/University of Maryland. She has trained residents and medical students in Emergency Medicine and provided health care in rural areas of Alaska and to hill tribes in Thailand. She serves as Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Washington University’s School of Medicine as well as Course Director of the Mini-Medical School, a science education course offered to the public. She is also co-coursemaster for Olin Grand Rounds: The Business and Practice of Medicine at the Olin School of Business.
Shari Crutchfield, WHNP-BC
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, Medical Services
Gary Wasserman, MDStaff Gynecologist, Medical Services
Shari has been a certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner since 1993. She graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia with a Bachelors in counseling/psychology. She then went on to receive her Associate degree in Nursing at Meramec Community College in St. Louis. She attended the University of Missouri - St. Louis for her Women's Health Nurse Practitioner certification. She has worked in various clinical settings as well as in private practice. She is a certified menopause practitioner and is a member of the North American Menopause Society as well as The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health. Shari joined Student Health Services in 2012 and looks forward to partnering with the students in their healthcare.
Dr. Wasserman has provided gynecology services to Student Health Services since 1984. He graduated from the Six-Year Medical Program at the University of Missouri in Kansas City and holds an academic position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Washington University School of Medicine. He maintains a private practice. In 2007, he received the teaching award from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology for work with the Residents at Missouri Baptist Hospital. He participated in the partnership program between Barnes Jewish Hospital and Riga, Latvia's Bikkur Holim Hospital and Maternity Hospital. He is the past president of Central Reform Congregation and is currently Board Treasurer of Hillel at Washington University. Dr. Wasserman is a diplomat of the American Board of OB-Gyn. In addition, Dr. Wasserman serves on the Washington University's Parent Council.
Nursing / Medical Assistants
Traci Debeir, RN, BSN
Ms. DeBeir received her nursing degree from Aurora University, near Chicago Illinois. Ms. DeBeir’s clinical experience includes working on the A.I.D.S. unit at Northwestern Medical Center , cardiac critical care and cardiac research at Loyola Medical Center Chicago, nursing administration for Provena Healthcare medical and ambulatory centers, triage nursing for Advocate Medical in Milwaukee Wisconsin, and school nursing for Rockwood School District. Ms. DeBeir enjoys working with the diverse needs of students and joined SHS in 2012.
Marie Byington, RN
Ms. Byington is a registered nurse who has been with Student Health Services since 2007. She graduated from Jewish Hospital College of Allied Health in 2000 and became a neuro-surgical nurse at St. John's Mercy Medical Center, followed by several years as a cardio-thoracic critical care nurse at Barnes Jewish Hospital. She worked at Webster University Student Health in 2006 where she first discovered her passion to work with university students. She completed her Bachelor's degree in 2011 at Webster University. Travel medicine and allergy injections are two of her specialties at the clinic.
Stephanie Clawson, RN, BSN
Stephanie Clawson graduated from St. Louis University School of Nursing with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. In addition, she has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Minor in Women's Studies and a Certificate of German Language Proficiency from St. Louis University. For 10 years, she worked in critical care with neonates, children and adolescents at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. Stephanie joined Student Health Services in 2011.
Krsti Nelson, RN, BSN
Ms. Nelson has been a nurse for 17 years. She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Before coming to Student Health Services in 2008, Kristi has worked in the hospital setting on a cardiology and renal floor in the Barnes Jewish health system. She then worked in Urology Surgery and prostate cancer research.
Leslie Rigsby, RN
Ms. Rigsby graduated from Barnes Hospital School of Nursing in 1987. She worked for 16 years at Saint Louis Children's Hospital on the Cardiology/Pulmonary surgery and transplant unit, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, and as both staff nurse and charge nurse in the Emergency Department. She joined the staff at Student Health Services in 2003. Since joining the University, she has been persuing degrees in both History and Anthropology. At Student Health Services, she enjoys working in triage helping students who need same-day appointments.
Melissa Wilson, RN, BSN
Ms. Wilson received a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Iowa in 1997. She is licensed with the State Board of Nursing. Melissa has experience in hospital medical surgical nursing as well as a clinical background in internal medicine, family practice, and RN Health Coaching. Before coming to Student Health Services in 2012, she was employed at Barnes Jewish Hospital as a Diabetes Inpatient Education RN.
Melinda Combs, RMA
Ms. Combs has been with Washington University since 2003. She previously worked at the Washington University Chromalloy American Kidney center located on the Washington University Medical School campus. She joined Student Health Services family in 2005. Ms. Combs attended school at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville.
Stephanie Hults, RMA
Ms. Hults graduated from Sanford Brown May 2007 with Associate's degree for Applied Science in Medical Assisting. Previously, she worked at American Red Cross as Collection Tech. Ms. Hults Joined SHS in August 2007.
Mental Health Services
Thomas Brounk, PhD
Director of Mental Health Services
Dr. Brounk graduated cum laude with departmental distinction in psychology from Carleton College, and received both his Master’s and Doctoral degrees in counseling psychology from Ohio State University. He trained at OSU's Counseling and Consultation Service, Denison University's Counseling Service, and the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and completed his internship at the University of Texas at Austin Counseling and Mental Health Center. In 2002, Dr. Brounk was presented the Kathryn Hopwood Award from Ohio State's Student Personnel Assistantship program for outstanding and sustained leadership, commitment, and service to the counseling and psychology profession. Dr. Brounk's professional interests include anxiety management, GLBT issues, and multicultural concerns. In 2009, he received the James M. Holobuagh honor in recognition of his commitment and contribution to the St. Louis LGBT community.
Kathy Brock, PhD
Assistant Director of Mental Health Services
Dr. Brock graduated summa cum laude from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in journalism. She received her doctoral degree from the MU Counseling Psychology program and completed her internship at the University of California-Irvine Counseling Center. She obtained specialized post-doctoral training at the Traumatic Stress Institute in Connecticut and at Columbia University’s Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. She joined the Washington University staff after serving as Director of the Counseling Center at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, NY. She provides both individual and couples’ therapy and enjoys working with students on issues such as depression, anxiety, traumatic life experiences, grief, and academic performance problems. She has longstanding interest in human diversity in areas of race/ethnicity, gender, and sexual identity. She is an active volunteer with Physicians for Human Rights.
Karen Boesch, MDStaff Psychiatrist—Medical Services/Mental Health Services
Dr. Boesch graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit. She received her medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and trained in psychiatry at St. Louis University. Also at St. Louis University, she completed a one-year fellowship in geriatric psychiatry. In private practice at St. Mary's Hospital, she treated adult and geriatric patients. She is a member of the American Psychiatric Association and the Eastern Missouri Psychiatric Association. Dr. Boesch's board certification includes general and geriatric psychiatry. Dr. Boesch joined Student Health Services in 2003.
Marcie Garland, MD
Staff Psychiatrist—Medical Services/Mental Health Services
Dr. Garland received her BA/MD from the University of Missouri-Kansas City six year medical school. She completed her residency in psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis. She is currently an instructor in psychiatry at Barnes Jewish Hospital. She supervises medical students and residents on the in-patient psychiatry unit, consults in the hospital, and in addiction psychiatry. Her areas of clinical interest include major depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, psychiatry-oncology, ADHD, and addiction. Dr. Garland is board certified in adult psychiatry.
Eleatha Surratt, MDStaff Psychiatrist—Medical Services/Mental Health Services
A graduate of the University of Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Dr. Surratt completed her residency and fellowship training at St. Louis University and the University of Colorado. She has worked with children and adolescents in academic medicine, private practice, and various non-profit agencies. She is especially interested in anxiety and the psychological effects of physical illnesses. Dr. Surratt is board certified in general psychiatry and child/adolescent psychiatry.
Cathy Vander Pluym, RN, BSMental Health Nurse, Case Manager, Mental Health Serv
Ms. Vander Pluym graduated from the DePaul Hospital School of Nursing. She received her B.S. from the College of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois. She has worked in Student Health Services at Washington University since 1974.
Margaret Campbell Davis, MSW
Staff Counselor, Mental Health Services
Ms. Campbell Davis received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Virginia, worked in community mental health for ten years, then returned to The Brown School to receive her MSW in mental health from Washington University. She finds counseling a diverse student population both fascinating and rewarding (including differences in socio-economic status, culture, level of ability, gender and sexual orientation). Much of her work centers around students who experience the challenges of depression, anxiety, and alcoholism or addiction. She uses a variety of clinical methods: supportive and insight oriented counseling, mindfulness and relaxation techniques.
Gregory A. Goldman, PhD
Staff Psychologist, Mental Health Services
Dr. Goldman graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Arkansas with his bachelor's degree in psychology. He went on to complete his Master's and Doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. His doctoral training included traineeships at OU's student counseling center as well as a rural community mental health center. After working for a year as a substance abuse counselor, Dr. Goldman completed his predoctoral internship at the University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center. He then went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan Psychological Clinic (a division of the Institute for Human Adjustment). Dr. Goldman provides individual, couples and group therapy and is particularly interested in how people relate to themselves and others; managing depression, anxiety, difficult emotions, and transitions; diversity concerns including GLBT issues; mindfulness; and existential concerns.
Steven Kraushaar, PsyDStaff Psychologist, Mental Health Services
Dr. Kraushaar graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Denver with a degree in Human Communication. He went on to complete his Master’s and Doctoral degrees from the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver. His specialty focus tool was couples therapy. He completed his internship at the University of California, Santa Barbara Counseling and Career Services and his post-doctoral training at Yale Health Services. His professional interests include couples treatment, eating disorders, depression, relationship and family issues as well as grief and existential issues. He enjoys working with both LGBT students and students of color. Dr. Kraushaar is a member of the eating disorders team.
Jackie Miller, MEd, MSW, LCSWLicensed Clinical Social Worker, Mental Health Services
Ms. Miller graduated with honors from Maryville University with a Bachelor’s degree in Education. She received both her Master’s in Education and her Master’s in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. Her professional interests include working with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and family issues such as alcoholism, drug problems, divorce and abuse. Ms. Miller is a member of the Student Health Services’ eating disorder treatment team. She serves as advisor to Reflections, an undergraduate group that provides peer education about positive body image and eating disorders. She also runs a Women’s Graduate Support Group. In addition, Ms. Miller has a special interest in spirituality and counseling, and in the mind/body/spirit connection. To help foster this connection, Ms. Miller provides a workshop every semester, entitled “Finding Your Center”.
Jennifer Self, PhD, LPCLicensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Services
Dr. Self earned a Doctoral degree in Counseling and Family Therapy from Saint Louis University, a Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. She has provided mental health counseling to college students in university settings for several years. Dr. Self enjoys working with individuals, couples, and groups from a diverse student body including LGBT students, students of color, and international students. Her approach to therapy incorporates cognitive-behavioral, insight-oriented, and attachment-focused techniques. Dr. Self’s areas of special interest include existential concerns and personal growth, relationship and family issues, ADHD, assertiveness, and depression.
Karolyn Senter, PhD, LPCLicensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Services
Dr. Senter earned a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Missouri and a Doctoral degree in Counseling and Family Therapy from Saint Louis University. Before coming to Washington University, she worked for several years as a mid-level administrator, domestic relations specialist and divorce mediator in the Family Court System. She was later employed as a family therapist in a local community counseling center/residential treatment facility and worked part-time as the Training Coordinator for the Center for Counseling and Family therapy (CCFT) at Saint Louis University. Dr. Senter’s clinical training was received at the CCFT and through the Psychiatry Department’s Family Therapy Clinic at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. Interests include: Family and relationship issues, Couple’s and Group counseling, the role of spirituality & forgiveness in the healing process, Diversity issues and the promotion of healthy interpersonal relationships. She is currently the clinical advisor for the student group SARAH and serves as the outreach coordinator for international student services at the counseling center.
Dorothy Van Buren, PhDStaff Psychologist, Mental Health Services
Dr. Van Buren graduated with honors in psychology from the University of Kansas and received both her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in psychology from Louisiana State University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Alabama in Birmingham's School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Van Buren is a licensed psychologist in the states of Missouri and Illinois, and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. She is a certified Health Services Provider in Missouri and is listed in the National Register of Psychologists. Dr. Van Buren also serves as an off-site clinical supervisor for graduate students in the Department of Psychology at Washington University. Her professional interests are in the areas of eating disorders and obesity, behavioral treatments of chronic illnesses, and marital/family relationships.
Tony O’Rourke, RT(R)Radiology, Medical Services
Mr. O’Rourke received his AAS in radiography from Kaskaskia College in Illinois in 2008. Along with his most recent work as weekend-lead radiographer at Shelby Memorial Hospital in Shelbyville, IL, he brings 11 years of experience to Student Health Services pharmacy. He joined Student Health Services in 2011.
Christina Sanford, RT(R)(T)Radiology, Medical Services
Ms. Christina Sanford graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in Radiography. She graduated from the Mercy St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology. She furthered her education and graduated from West Virginia University Hospital School of Radiation Therapy. Her career experience includes working at a level 1 trauma center in St. Louis Mo for almost 5 years. She also worked closely with the radiology students at Mercy St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology.
Connie Diekman, MEd, RD, LD, FADADirector of University Nutrition, Dietitian, Medical Services
Connie Diekman, M.Ed, RD, LD, FADA is Director of University Nutrition at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri where she provides nutrition education for students, dining services customers and campus athletes. Diekman is Past President of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) now the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Diekman served on the Academy House of Delegates Leadership Team and was a member of the Academy’s Board of Directors from 2004 - 2009. She is a former chair of the American Heart Association – Missouri affiliate.
Diekman is a former media spokesperson for the academy and has been quoted in thousands of magazines, newspapers and on the internet. She has appeared in countless radio and television interviews at the local and national level, including the TODAY show and the Oprah show.
For seventeen years she was the voice of the “Eating Right” minute on WBBM radio in Chicago. She is a former television nutrition reporter with St. Louis’ NBC affiliate and the local FOX affiliate.
Shannon S. Gergen, PharmD, MBARegistered Pharmacist
Dr. Gergen obtained his pharmacy degree from St. Louis College of Pharmacy and received a Masters of Business Administration degree from McKendree University. He serves as a preceptor for pharmacy students from St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy. His career experience includes working in community and long-term care settings. He joined Student Health Services in 2011.
Health Promotion Services
Assistant Director, Chief, Health Promotion Services
Ms. Ruwitch received a Bachelor's degree in English and Women’s Studies from Colby College. She worked in women’s health advocacy in Washington, D.C. and helped establish WU's Alumni and Parents Admission Program. Since 2000, she has built the health promotion department, developing programs, services and resources for students on the subjects of alcohol and other drugs, basic self-care, sleep, stress, anxiety, depression, body image, nutrition, fitness, sexual health, and sexual violence. Melissa manages various outreach efforts and communications projects for SHS, including the Stressbusters program and the Student Health 101 e-magazine. She works with Residential Peer Health Educators (RPHEs), Resident Advisors, the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC), the Committee on Rape Education (CORE), Phi Lambda Psi, Reflections, Uncle Joe’s, Active Minds, and other student leaders to enhance WU students’ living/learning opportunities.
Ginny Fendell, MSW, LCSWMental Health Promotion Associate, Health Promotion Services
Ms. Fendell earned her BA in Psychology and Master of Social Work degrees from Washington University in St. Louis. She completed clinical internships with Life Crisis Services and with Washington University Student Health Services. As Mental Health Promotion Associate, she leads workshops to reduce anxiety and depression and to build resilience to stress. She provides psychoeducation to individual students on anxiety, test anxiety, stress, and sleep, and delivers programs on these subjects to groups organized by campus partners. She serves as a guest lecturer in several Psychology classes. In addition, she collaborates on research projects with medical staff at Washington University School of Medicine and St. Louis University School of Medicine, teaching mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and positive psychology interventions. She is a licensed clinical social worker and serves as a field instructor for graduate students in social work.
Substance Abuse Specialist
Betsy Foy, EdD, CHESAssistant Director
Dr. Foy received her Doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University in Education with a concentration in Organizational Leadership. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Louis University and her Master’s Degree in Health Science from Washington University. She has been a part of the Student Health Service since 1997. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist and State Certified Substance Abuse Professional. She has published over a dozen articles in professional journals related to college health. Dr. Foy works with individual students on addictive behaviors including alcohol, drugs, tobacco, and gambling. She is adjunct faculty at Washington University’s University College in the Nonprofit Management Masters Degree Program.
Sexual Assault and Community Health Services
Sexual Assault and Community Health Services
Ms. Webb graduated from the University of Missouri- Columbia. She has 17 years’ experience working with issues of sexual violence. In 2007, she received a Catalyst Award in recognition for her work in the LGBT community. She serves on the Board of Directors for Step Up: American Association for Rwandan Women and is a member of the Trauma Training Team that travels annually to Rwanda. As sexual and relationship violence continues to be a huge issue on college campuses, Kim is interested in examining campus culture and the ways in which we tolerate and perpetuate the continued prevalence of sexual violence. Kim’s work focuses on addressing violence from a community health model in order to effect positive change. She looks forward to engaging student groups, community groups and interested individuals in adopting a bystander intervention model that will actively change behavior. She also provides individual counseling, crisis counseling, and resources for those who have been victimized, those who have questions or concerns, or those who are supporting other individual.
Patrick O'Leary, MIM
Chief, Information Technology
Mr. O’Leary earned his BA from Missouri State University, and his Master’s degree in Information Management from Washington University in St. Louis in 2005. He joined Student Health Services in 2002.
Billing / Coding
Lillian K. Rodriguez
Certified Professional Coder
Ms. Rodriguez received her diploma in medical billing and coding from Sanford-Brown College and her certification through AAPC in Missouri in 2010 . She received experience in the field while interning for a small billing business for two months before being hired as a full time biller and coder. Prior to coming to Student Health Services, Ms. Rodriguez spent 3 years handling claims for Internal Medicine, Lab and Radiology. Ms. Rodriguez has been with Student Health Services since 2012.