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Pamela Hill, MPH

Research Assistant

Pamela Hill, MPH

Pamela Hill, MPH, is a Research Assistant with LeCroy & Milligan Associates.  She obtained her B.S. in Biology and M.P.H. with an epidemiology specialization at the University of Arizona.  She has worked in a variety of qualitative and quantitative research settings in the public health sector across socio-behavioral, clinical and educational domains since 2002. She brings a breadth of experience in all phases of research design, implementation, evaluation, analysis and reporting and has led multidisciplinary teams as project manager. 

At LeCroy & Milligan Associates, she has been a key member of several evaluation teams in the areas of nutrition, education, healthcare and substance abuse prevention. Ms. Hill leads the data facilitation and analytic efforts to support a neuropsychiatric retrospective study of underdiagnosed PANS among Arizona children being performed by the University of Arizona.  Ms. Hill has contributed to facilitation and planning efforts for the collective impact projects of the State Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC) funded by ADHS. Ms. Hill also serves as the main report writer for the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Statewide Systems of Care Practice Review process, which ensures that behavioral health practice is being implemented according to the Arizona 12 Principles and the Child and Family Team (CFT) Practice Protocol. 
When not at work, Ms. Hill enjoys live music, dancing, hiking and sailing.