Wed, Oct 20 | VEST Zoom Room

Women in Healthcare

70% of Healthcare workers are women, including 90% of nurses, and 93% midwives, yet only 25% of healthcare leadership roles are held by women. Why? Join us as we talk to Robyn Sunday-Allen, CEO of the OKC Indian Health Clinic about Women in Healthcare, new laws affecting women's health, and more.
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Women in Healthcare

Time & Location

Oct 20, 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM
VEST Zoom Room

About the Event

Robyn Sunday-Allen, CEO of the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic. Robyn oversees more than 240 nurses, physicians and support staff providing comprehensive medical and behavioral health services to all tribal members in central Oklahoma. Sunday-Allen earned her bachelor’s degrees in psychology and nursing as well as a master of public health degree from the University of Oklahoma. She joined the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic in 1995 as a registered nurse. She was subsequently promoted to nurse manager of health services in 1997, to chief operating officer in 2001, and to chief executive officer in early 2009. She is a member of the Oklahoma Nurses Association and the Oklahoma Public Health Association. When it was announced that Sunday-Allen was to be the CEO, Dr. Everett Rhoades, president of the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s board of directors, said this about Sunday-Allen, “She is not only an experienced nurse with a masters degree in public health administration, but has also gained national recognition for several programs that improved the clinic and the services it provides.”

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