MIAMI, April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As part of Dade Medical College's growth and expansion plans, the college names John Murphy as the new Vice President of Financial Operations and Pammaree Campbell as the new Corporate Director of Financial Aid.
Murphy moves from the Corporate Director position to focus on the regulatory and compliance initiatives of the college's financial processes. In this expanded role, Murphy will oversee a team managing the business side of the college's financial operations to include the six Florida campus bursar offices, student accounts, collections and default prevention. Murphy will also be tasked with creating and setting up a charitable foundation meant to disperse Dade Medical College scholarships as well as play a significant philanthropic role in the communities surrounding the college's campuses.
Campbell moves from a campus level role in financial aid to the corporate position where she will lead the college's entire financial assistance departments. Campbell will oversee the day-to-day financial aid operations including student processing and financial aid packaging.
Both promotions include management of the same at the college's sister company, Southern Career College, located in Jacksonville
"We are pleased to have someone with such extensive experience in these areas taking the lead role to further enhance our strategic planning and growth. With Murphy's background in management and accounting and working together with Campbell, we have the perfect team to provide excellence in these very important areas of education." says Dade Medical College President and CEO, Ernesto Perez.
About Dade Medical College
With close to 400 full-time employees staffing Dade Medical College's six Florida campuses and corporate office, the school features a fully-licensed and certified faculty whose commitment to excellence in education are unmatched by other area colleges and institutions. A majority of the faculty and administrative staff originates locally, with many having been educated at other prestigious local and national institutions. The college offers Associate of Science degrees in programs such as nursing, radiology, diagnostic cardiac sonography, medical billing and coding and more. Classes start every four weeks. Online course offerings also available.
Dade Medical College is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools, the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (Miami and Hollywood Campuses) and is licensed by the Florida Commission for Independent Education. Dade Medical College has also been approved by the Florida Board of Nursing and the Florida Board of Massage and is a member of the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges and the South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association.
SOURCE Dade Medical College