Jeffrey Oxendine MBA, MPH

Public Health Practice

Jeff Oxendine is a health executive and educator who focuses on healthcare management.

Jeff Oxendine is currently the Associate Dean of Public Health Practice at UC Berkeley School of Public Health. He has been a health executive, educator and consultant for 27 years. Since his own undergraduate internship in 1982, in HCC’s predecessor program, he has held senior administrative positions in hospitals, medical groups, academic institutions and his own consulting firm. He also is a leader in California Health Workforce and Diversity efforts as Co-Director of the California Health Professions Consortium and The California Health Workforce Alliance. Jeff teaches healthcare management at UC Berkeley School of Public Health and previously taught for 5 years at Harvard School of Public Health. Prior to coming to Berkeley, he held executive roles in leading organizations including Partners Healthcare System, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Bay Imaging Consultants Medical Group and Alta Bates Medical Center. Jeff obtained his Master’s degree in Business Administration and Public Health from U.C. Berkeley where he met HCC’s other Founders.

  • MPH Health Management, University of California, Berkeley, 1986
  • MBA Business and Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, 1986
  • BA Health Care Management, California State University, Chico 1982
  • Health workforce planning and development>
  • Health workforce diversity
  • Empowering students to achieve their health career potential
  • Health IT implementation and workforce
  • Cultural and linguistic competence
  • Change management
  • Healthcare and public health leadership
  • Health disparities elimination
  • PH 223D: Foundations in Health Policy Management
  • PH 223F: Effective Public Health Negotiations
  • PH 223C: Strategic Management and the Health Sector
  • PH 198: Primary Care and Public Health Exposure (PCPHE)