Master of Health Administration

MHA In Focus: Regine Grandmougin, MA, ‘01

Regine E. Grandmougin, MHA
Senior Executive Director
Columbia University Medical Center

Adjunct Professor
Hofstra University
School of Health Professions and Human Services

Regine Grandmougin is a proven change leader in healthcare administration with over 20 years of experience. She serves as the Senior Executive Director of Patient Facilitated Services and Stewardship at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. In her current role, Mrs. Grandmougin provides executive level leadership, strategic direction, administrative and operational management for all aspects of Stewardship and Patient facilitated Services, while representing the office of the Dean of Columbia University Medical Center.

Mrs. Grandmougin is approved for board certification in healthcare management and will earn the distinction of Fellow status in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), representing the achievement of the highest standard of professional development in healthcare leadership. Prior to joining Columbia University Medical Center, Mrs. Grandmougin held leadership roles in finance and operations at leading institutions including Weill Cornell Medical College, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and New York Methodist Hospital.

Mrs. Grandmougin is an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University, in the Department of Health Professions, Master’s of healthcare Administration (MHA) program. The mission of the program is to educate men and women for administrative leadership positions in a variety of health services' organizations.

Mrs. Grandmougin currently serves as a volunteer in the New York City Medical Reserve Corps (NYMRC), to enhance emergency preparedness by ensuring that a trained cadre of volunteer health professionals is ready to respond to health emergencies. She has served in this capacity since 2010.

Regine Grandmougin