As Chief Administrative Officer at InnovaCare Health, Penelope Kokkinides uses her expertise in the healthcare industry to make a difference. She has experience in programs and processes that pertain to the medical industry, and has worked with the government on a variety of projects. Working hand in hand with Rick Shinto, Penelope Kokknides and InnovaCare Health are dedicated to the need for adequate healthcare and attention.
Penelope has more than 14 years in the healthcare industry. She studied at Binghamton University, where she received her B.S. in biological sciences/classical languages. Her education didn’t end there. She went on to get a M.S. in Social Work at NYU. She also completed another Masters in Public Health at Columbia.
With both an extensive education and a hearty background in the health industry, Penelope is now using her expertise to help move initiatives for the healthcare in Puerto Rico. Using her desire to find solutions for the Puerto Rican health crises, Penelope met with Trump to discuss how to improve care provided and also expounded on better Medicare there.
Her meeting with the president included topics on better pricing in Puerto Rico, so that more people could have access to health care. She also spoke on the subject of the need for better facilities where people can get the quality care needed, without having to worry about going to other areas for the healthcare they need. With recent situations like last year’s hurricane, the need for proper medical care and facilities has only become greater.
Actively looking for a way to improve healthcare throughout the United States, Penelope Kokkinides isn’t only leading InnovaCare to success as one of the top healthcare companies, but she’s using her experience and commitment to improve the lives of people who deserve better medical care and attention.
InnovaCare is actively involved in patient treatment and seeking ways to better Medicaid and healthcare. It’s one reason why Penelope Kokkinides has become so involved in looking for ways to improve the medical system and care provided in Puerto Rico. It’s what she does and she’s good at it.