Madden, Suzie Lamarca
Suzie Lamarca Madden
Professor Suzie Madden is an Instructor in the Department of Public Health. She joined Mercer University as a faculty member in the School of Medicine in 2011.
She received her Master of Public Health degree from Mercer University, Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from Middle Georgia State University, and is currently completing her Doctor of Public Health degree in Public Health Leadership from Georgia Southern University.
She has over 15 years of experience working in various health-related settings and academic institutions, including Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Middle Georgia State University and Mercer University School of Medicine. She has served in administrative roles at Mercer, including Academic Coordinator for the MPH program, and administrator of a multi-state NIH funded health outcomes research study, Trace-CORE.
Professor Madden’s current teaching responsibilities include the following courses in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health program: Rural Health, Public Health Communications, Public Health Informatics, Population health & Diversity, Health Programming, and Issues in Health Policy.
Her research interests include telehealth and access to care, health informatics, and rural health issues.
She is currently on the Georgia Partnership for Telehealth Taskforce, and an active member of the American Public Health Association, and the Georgia Rural Health Association.