Health Services Administration Program


The Health Services Administration Program (HADM) at Auburn University prepares students for leadership positions in one of the nation's largest and fastest growing sectors, health care.

Health care systems of the future will focus on improving others’ lives through health care information technology, cutting-edge research, improved organization, and strong management. The HADM program prepares tomorrow's health care leaders to guide these systems and shape health care policy in an ever-increasingly complex and dynamic environment.

Auburn's HADM program is the first AUPHA accredited undergraduate program in the state of Alabama and has been educating health care leaders for more than thirty years. It has over 2,000 alumni in thirty different states and is one of a handful of health administration programs in the country to offer national and international internships for undergraduate students at some of the world's leading health care institutions.

Upcoming Events

Sep 04

HHAO Social

The Health Services Administration student organization, HHAO will be holding an informal social event for all interested students at the Hound starting at 6:00 pm. Please join us for a relaxing fun filled evening.
6:00 PM

Sep 07

Mayo Clinic Transform Conference

HADM faculty and students will be attending the Mayo Clinic Transform Conference in Rochester MN. September 7-9.

Sep 17

Study Abroad Fair

The Study Abroad office will hold a study abroad fair. 9:00am-2:00pm Haley Center Lobby.
9:00 AM

Sep 17


The local chapter of the Medical Group Management Association will hold its monthly luncheon on Wednesday, Sept. 17th at the Saugahatchee Country Club. Please notify Dr. McEldowney if you are interested in attending. Professional dress required.

Rene McEldowney Health Administration Director
Dr. Rene McEldowney
Director, HADM program
Department of Political Science
Haley Center 8082
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849
(334) 844-6199

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Last updated September 13, 2013

Last Updated: September 13, 2013