Jeanette C. Schreiber, JD, MSW, serves as UCF’s Senior Associate Vice President for Health Affairs, Deputy General Counsel for Health Affairs, and Chief Legal Officer for the College of Medicine. She manages strategic development, including planning and implementation of health affairs business initiatives, partnerships and affiliations, such as the UCF Lake Nona Medical Center and the UCF Lake Nona Cancer Center. She oversees the Health Sciences Division of the Office of General Counsel at UCF’s Lake Nona Health Sciences campus which provides health care and related legal, regulatory, and compliance services and resources. Ms. Schreiber is responsible for the College of Medicine’s HealthARCH program, assisting over 3,000 community providers and provider networks in clinical and administrative services to advance quality, value and health care transformation. She serves on UCF’s Academic Health Sciences Center (AHSC) Executive Council and co-leads the AHSC Population Health Collaborative Council.
Before joining UCF, Ms. Schreiber was a partner for over 20 years in health law at the Connecticut-based firm Wiggin & Dana, LLP. She served as the primary outside health law counsel for the Yale-New Haven Health System for over 20 years, and assisted health care providers, networks and associations in planning, development and implementation of clinical services, facilities, affiliations and system development; health policy and government relations; compliance; patient care issues; and health information technology. She has worked extensively with local, state and national health care advocacy and trade organizations representing hospitals, physicians, home care agencies, and other providers.
Ms. Schreiber is board certified in health law by the Florida Bar and is a graduate of Harvard Law School (J.D., 1982, cum laude), Florida State University (M.S.W., 1978, highest honors), and Emory University (B.A. 1976, high honors).
Ms. Schreiber is an Orlando native. After returning home in 2007, she was a shareholder in Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson, P.A., before joining the UCF College of Medicine in 2008.
Currently Ms. Schreiber serves on the Board of Directors of the Seminole County and Greater Apopka Habitat for Humanity.