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Hirsch and Huang Named Clinical Leaders

Megan Hirsch has been appointed Director of Operations, and Shanshan Huang has assumed responsibility as Administrative Director of Endoscopy in addition to his Business Analytics & Clinical Data Program Manager role.

As Director of Operations for the Department of Medicine at JHH, Megan Hirsch is accountable for hospital operations, including Medicine’s inpatient operations and ancillary services, CVIL, Echocardiography, Endoscopy and the Heart Station. This is an expansion of her previous responsibilities as Assistant Administrator of Clinical Operations in the Division of Cardiology. Alongside the department’s clinical vice chairs, nursing leaders and medical directors, Megan will help faculty and staff provide the delivery of effective, efficient and patient-centered care.

Megan has been a dedicated member of the Hopkins family since 2010, holding various positions in the Department of Medicine, Patient Experience and Department of Pediatrics. She began her career at Hopkins as a Clinical Customer Service Coordinator on Nelson 3 and is enthusiastic to support the DOM in her new capacity.

An innovative and energetic leader, Megan is a solution-focused problem-solver who excels at strategic thinking, relationship building and partnerships. Her expertise in hospital operations, technological integration, quality assurance and patient and family-centered care will undoubtedly serve her well in her new role. Megan earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations and marketing and a master’s in healthcare administration.

Shanshan Huang has already begun leading administrative efforts as the Administrative Director of Endoscopy at JHH and JHBMC. Since 2017, he has served and will continue to serve as Business Analytics & Clinical Data Program Manager and will continue working closely with JHH dialysis and inpatient sleep programs.

Shanshan came to Hopkins to complete a master’s in business administration from the Carey Business School in 2011. He then served as an Administrative Resident and a Business Service Analyst in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation before joining the Department of Medicine administrative team.

Shanshan’s proven proficiency in project management, financial modeling, information technology system management and Epic will serve him well with his expanded responsibilities. Shanshan earned a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Beijing Forestry University. He is a doctoral candidate in the Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Department of Health Policy and Management.


Kelsey Bennett