Sshune M. Rhodes, MHA, FACHE
Sshune M. Rhodes is a highly experienced health care leader with over 25 years of healthcare management expertise in various disciplines successfully leading and managing cross-functional teams. Earning her Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology from Howard University, Mrs. Rhodes’ passion for healthcare led her to start a career as a Microbiologist for the Government of the District of Columbia. Thereafter, she received a Master of Health Administration & Policy degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. Her administrative experience began at Roper St. Francis Healthcare by implementing administrative, business, and strategic plans for one of the leading not-for-profit hospitals in South Carolina, where she managed multiple women’s and children’s health service lines.
Mrs. Rhodes then leveraged her expertise, transitioning to an inter-professional role at the Medical University of South Carolina that focuses on innovating and implementing strategic service initiatives, telehealth, and virtual health programs. In addition to also serving as the Virtual Health Officer, for Health Concepts International (HCI), responsible for the growth, development, and coordination of HCI’s virtual health consulting practice services. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Carolina, Department of Health Services Policy & Management, Arnold School of Public Health. Mrs. Rhodes holds certifications in healthcare management as a board-certified Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE), IT Service Management – ITIL, and Lean Six Sigma.
As an active community servant leader and member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Mrs. Rhodes resides in Charleston, SC with her husband Dr. Harold Maurice Rhodes, III, DDS. They have two “adult” children – Maurice, IV (BA, Homeland Security/Emergency Management) and Houston Marie, (MBID & Columbia University DDS candidate). In her spare time, she has FUN and escapes through travel, theater, and art. Her belief is…In this world, we have more in common than we have differences, and she loves learning about other cultures.