Donald J. Lloyd

Health Policy & Management
Part-time Associate Professor
Special Projects Coordinator

Health Policy & Management

  • Education

    PhD – University of Georgia, 2009 – (1) Law & the Courts (2) Public Policy

    MA, Political Science, University of Georgia, 2006

    MBA, Management, Georgia State University, 1974

    BBA, Management, University of Georgia, 1967

  • Areas of Expertise

    Teaching: financial management, health policy, healthcare administration, leadership, strategic thinking and planning


    health policy, health care administration

  • Affiliations

    Medical Group Management Association — Past President, Distinguished Member

    American College of Medical Practice Executives — Fellow

  • Course Instruction

    Honors American Government

    Research Methods

    Introduction to Health Care Management

    Judicial Process and Behavior

    Essentials of Health Care Administration

    Introduction to Health Policy and Management

    Public Health Policy Analysis

    Management of Public Health Organizations

    Strategic Management of Health Care Organizations

    Professionalism, Communication and Business Skills for Health Care Organizations

    Dr. Lloyd believes that the primary responsibility of teaching is to help students gain the requisite skills for success in life as well as their chosen career field. This involves coaching, challenging and encouraging students through practical assignments, classroom dialogue and personal counseling. He believes that mentors and instructors should strive to be a positive influence in the life of students and inspire them to maximize their talents and abilities.