Wade Hanna, MD, MPH, currently is an Independent Consultant, and has been providing technical assistance in healthcare since 2001. He has done this both nationally and internationally. Prior to joining the Georgia Health Policy Center’s (GHPC) Community Health Systems Development Team, he worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Morehouse School of Medicine. He has consulted for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Pan American Health Organization, and the World Bank. He currently serves 6 recipients of ORHP grants across the country. Wade is bilingual (English/Spanish), and brings 30+ years of professional experience to his work with rural health centers, hospitals, and other community health agencies, implementing new programs in healthcare outreach, and workforce development. His clinical specialty is in anesthesiology and critical care, and his public health background includes the development and implementation of leadership and management programs, program evaluation, diagnostic reviews for HRSA federally-qualified health centers, and research and teaching in university settings. Wade uses his wide-ranging expertise in the clinical and public health arenas to help grantees achieve success with their HRSA funded programs. He also has expertise in teaching English as a Second Language, which he teaches at college-level. Although he works with grantees in a variety of program areas, Wade focuses mainly on outreach programs in migrant health, and those that serve culturally diverse populations.
Phone: (678) 714-6568