Teresa A. Joseph, MS
Manager of Strategy/Clinical Development
Teresa A. Joseph, MS, joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth in 2017 as the Manager of Strategy and Clinical Development. Teresa works with a team of talented individuals on Assessment, Design, Development, Implementation and Analysis of all new telehealth programs created by the Center. Her team works closely with the Center’s Clinical Operations team to ensure that all live programs are functioning properly and are utilized to their optimal capacity.
Teresa’s diversified background brings a wealth of experience to her role at MUSC’s Center for Telehealth. She has successfully implemented learning strategy for several hospital networks and has been responsible for go-live support planning and education of over 20,000 physicians, nurses, and clinical staff in a new patient record environment. She also spent four years as an Instructional Systems Specialist and Curriculum Designer.
Teresa holds a Master of Science in Information Studies from Drexel University and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from La Salle University.
Alexis E. Frehse
Alexis E. Frehse is the Telehealth Access Coordinator for the MUSC Center for Telehealth. In this position, she works with the MUSC Health clinics to equip their facilities with telehealth equipment in order to give them access to services from all MUSC providers. Ms. Frehse also works with South Carolina organizations to coordinate the establishment of multispecialty telehealth clinics. In addition to these duties, Ms. Frehse serves as the internal communication facilitator for the center. She began her career with the Center for Telehealth in April of 2016.
Alexis graduated with honors from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She began her career at MUSC in June of 2014 with the College of Medicine’s Human Resources Center of Expertise. Prior to joining MUSC, Ms. Frehse worked as a Communications Coordinator for the Charleston School of Law.
Service Development Coordinator
Meghan Glanville joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth in November 2015 as the Telehealth Service Development Coordinator. Ms. Glanville collaborates with medical specialty departments in support of expanding their capacity to reach the underserved of South Carolina via telemedicine. Meghan works to grow the current telehealth services menu in a strategic and sustainable manner.
Meghan Glanville began her career at MUSC in the Department of Central Scheduling. It was here that she cultivated her professional relationships within multiple specialties to include Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Nutrition, Nephrology, Rheumatology, Infectious Disease, Pulmonary, Sleep Medicine, Endocrinology, Benign Hematology, Travel Medicine, and the Maternal Fetal Wellness Center. Ms. Glanville was later selected to be the Operation’s Coordinator for the Division of Nephrology where she assisted with the clinical and financial daily operations of the unit.
Meghan Glanville graduated from Winthrop University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Anthropology. During her course of study at Winthrop University, Meghan completed a year and a half of psychology research exploring both Contact Theory and Social Justification Theory. This course of study resulted in a publication of her work, and an Undergraduate Scholar Award for contribution to the intellectual enrichment of Winthrop University. Ms. Glanville is currently completing her Master in Health Administration at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Sshune Rhodes, MHA
Sshune Rhodes, MHA, is the mHealth Coordinator for the MUSC Center for Telehealth. Sshune joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth team in January 2016, bringing to the table over 18 years of healthcare management experience in various disciplines. She is directly responsible for the coordination of mobile health and direct-to-consumer telehealth initiatives supported by the MUSC Center for Telehealth. She works collaboratively with cross functional teams to ensure support and understanding of mHealth services. She manages simultaneous projects and responsibilities that address current needs for active programs and the future needs of telehealth services as technology evolves.
Sshune earned her Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree in Microbiology from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She received a Master in Health Administration from The Medical University of South Carolina and was awarded the Dean’s Award from the College of Health Professions. After graduating from MUSC, Sshune was selected and completed two, one-year administrative residencies for a Charleston area community health center and hospital.
Sshune serves as an active community leader holding several positions. She serves on the Board for the South Carolina Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) as Chair of the Advancement Committee and the Auxiliary to the Charleston County Medical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical Association. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Wayne McGonigal is the Project Coordinator for the Center of Telehealth. He is responsible for the daily tracking and monitoring of all ongoing programs and projects for the Center of Telehealth. Mr. McGonigal is a Telecommunications Systems Engineering Professional with extensive telecommunications engineering experience; including experience in Detail Engineering, Project Management, Construction Management, Systems Engineering, Network Planning, Sales Engineering, Product Management, Sales and Marketing. Wayne graduated, Cum Laude, from Georgia State University with a BBA in Marketing.
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