Jehan-Marie Daley Adamji is the clinical director of refugee and immigrant health. She received her Doctor of Nursing Practice Executive degree from Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in 2020. Her master’s in nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner is from Rush University College of Nursing (2012), where she also got her bachelor’s in nursing in 2004. Prior to that, she received a bachelor’s in anthropology from Macalester College.
Jehan rejoined Heartland Health Centers in 2021 after several years teaching and working at zooFQHC and other community-health settings in the Baltimore area. Before that, she was on our staff as a family health provider and clinical site leader at HHC-Wilson from 2012-14. She has also taught extensively on public health, disease prevention in diverse communities and other topics at both Johns Hopkins and Rush.
Jehan is committed to improving health outcomes for diverse and unique populations, with a special focus on managing complex medical needs of immigrant and refugee populations. She also brings clinical expertise in the domestic health exam for newly resettled refugees and asylees. She is a member of the Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers and American Association of Nurse Practitioners.