Sana Khalid is the second-year fellow at UVA Health. She is originally from Toronto, ON, Canada.
Sana attended Cornell University to pursue her master’s in healthcare administration. She was elected colloquium chairperson for the student association board, where she curated a diverse speaker series. Before graduate school, Sana earned her bachelor’s degree in 2015 from the City University of New York - Queens College in biological anthropology. Working in an administrative role at a private clinic in her hometown, she wanted to focus on improving patient outcomes through the patient experience.
During her first year, Sana’s projects consisted of forecasting procedure volume and profitability for the Pain Management Clinic, evaluating existing and potential capture rate of a retail pharmacy, streamlining the medical device purchasing process, analyzing CGCAHP and employee engagement scores to inform business decision making, COVID-19 surge planning, and improving the flu compliance documentation process.
Outside of work, Sana enjoys reading, traveling and swimming.
Megan Preti is the first-year fellow at UVA Health. She is from Virginia Beach. Before graduate school, she received her degree in biology from UVA.
She attended the University of Pittsburgh to pursue her master’s in health administration, where she had the opportunity to complete a summer fellowship and administrative residency. Megan completed her administrative residency at Allegheny Health Network in quality and safety. She was able to use the knowledge and skills learned through her residency and apply them during her summer fellowship with the Jewish Healthcare Foundation, which focused on comprehensive maternal care.
Megan was excited to begin her fellowship at UVA Health because of the culture of integrity and respect as well as a strong focus on patient-centered care.
Outside of work, Megan enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and traveling.