Chief Administrative Officer, Ambulatory Services
Iliana Andrea Mora is the Chief Administrative Officer for Cook County Health’s Ambulatory Services, where she is responsible for developing and implementing strategy for the health system’s ambulatory services, and leading ambulatory clinical and business operations, programs and functions for the health system. Previously, she was the Chief Operating Officer for the health system’s ambulatory services since 2018.
Prior to joining Cook County Health, Ms. Mora worked at Chicago’s Erie Family Health Center for 14 years as the Manager of Community Relations and Planning and more recently, the Chief Operating Officer.
Ms. Mora was named a 2014 Honoree for Who’s Who in Chicago Hispanic Business and has received many more distinctions. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from The George Washington University, and received her Master of Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois, as well as a certificate from the Executive Health Care Program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.