Rebecca Santos Inzana '97, MS, CCC-SLP, has joined MGH Institute of Health Professions as a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
Inzana joined the MGH Institute faculty in a joint appointment with Mass General, teaching Foundations of Medical Speech-Language Pathology and championing the new medical speech pathology concentration in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, while continuing her clinical and student program work at the hospital. MGH Institute of Health Professions, founded by Massachusetts General Hospital in 1977, is the only degree-granting affiliate of the renowned Partners HealthCare. A progressive leader in developing compre¬hensive models of health professions education, the MGH Institute prepares advanced practice professionals in the fields of communication sciences and disorders, nursing, physical therapy, health professions education, and rehabilitation sciences through a distinctive combination of academic study, clinical practice, and research.
Prior to joining the Boston health professions graduate school, she had been a speech-language pathologist on the adult inpatient team at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was recognized as an advanced clinician through the MGH Clinical Recognition Program. Inzana, whose primary clinical interests are acute diagnostics and interprofessional management of the neuroscience patient population, earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Hamilton College in French Language and Literature in 1997, and a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Boston University in 2002.