Suzanne Caroline Hadeed-Garcia, MHSc, PA-C, RT(N)(CT)
Director of Clinical Education; and Assistant Professor
Master in Physician Assistant Studies Program; Department of Medical Education
Office: MARC 238B
Suzanne Caroline Hadeed-Garcia is the Interim Clinical Director overseeing all administrative processes for the clinical phase of the FIU Master in Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) program. She is responsible for clinical site development, placing students in supervised clinical practice experiences, and recruiting preceptors.
Hadeed-Garcia has over 20 years of clinical experience in diagnostic testing and over 10 years of academic experience as an instructor in PA education. She joined FIU MPAS in 2017 as an adjunct instructor, holding a pivotal role in the Clinical Medicine and Clinical Skills course series. In 2021, she transitioned into a full-time principal faculty role supporting the program as a capstone and student advisor. She also served on several accreditation committees.
Master of Health Science, Health Care Risk Management, Nova Southeastern University, Miami, FL
BS, Physician Assistant, Nova Southeastern University, Miami, FL
BS, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Barry University, Miami, FL
PA-C, National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
RT(N)(CT)- Registered Technologist in Nuclear Medicine Technology and Computed Tomography, The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
Areas of Interest
Imaging Sciences, Health Services Administration