Jacqueline D Hill, Ph.D., MPH
Education and Training
University of Kansas School of Medicine - PhD in Health Policy & Management
Tufts University School of Medicine - Master of Public Health
Oklahoma State University - Bachelor of Science, Health Behavior Sciences
Jacqueline Hill is a health care administrator serving as the Director of the Office of Faculty Affairs and Development at Children's Mercy Kansas City and is a faculty member at both the University of Kansas School of Medicine and University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. In her role, she oversees the strategic direction of academic initiatives at Children's Mercy for over 850 physician and research faculty, while collaborating with academic partners at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine and the University of Kansas School of Medicine.
With over ten years of experience in developing and mentoring physician and research faculty and executive leaders in academic medicine, she is well-versed in strategic initiative creation and execution, curriculum development, health communication, health care data application, and collaborative project management. She has developed graduate-level curriculum and facilitated training programs for executive leaders, physicians, and faculty, as well as actively participated in organization-wide strategic plan, practice plan, educational oversight, leadership development, and academic promotion committees.
Prior to her role at Children's Mercy, she was the inaugural Director of Clinical Research for the Radiology Department at the University of Kansas Medical Center for six years. In this role, she developed the research and business education programs, including creation of comprehensive curriculum, for Radiology residents, fellows, and faculty. Her research focus areas include social determinants of health, health disparities, access to healthcare services, education innovation, and public health. Currently, she is an active member of the Centurions Leadership Program through the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce and co-leads the Medical Explorers Program for area high school students through Children's Mercy.