Bridgette Coats, Pa-C, Mpas

Every day I strive to be a pillar of support for patients and help them navigate the world of oncology with informed decisions. Not only do I apply the most up to date evidence towards the management of a wide range of diseases, but I also take care to consider the impact our treatment has on patients’ emotional and physical well-being. My passion for patient education, continued learning, and the medicine of oncology allows me the privilege to deliver compassionate, high-quality medical care here at RMCC.

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Bridgette G. Johnso

Bridgette G. Johnson is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English at South Carolina State University and her Masters of Education in Early Childhood Special Education at Montclair State University. Dr. Johnson served as an early childhood educator in Paterson, NJ for over six years before pursuing a career in higher education. Prior to joining the University of Delaware, she was an instructor in Broward College’s Associates of Science in Early Childhood Education Program. Her university teaching experiences include instructing courses that address issues related to educating students with disabilities and students from diverse backgrounds (i.e., racially, ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse populations) in inclusive educational settings. She has taught blended courses that placed emphasis on: issues, trends, and best practices in educating young children with disabilities; the development of individualized educational programs; developmentally appropriate curriculum; intervention strategies; transition; and inclusion. Dr. Johnson also has worked with the University of Florida’s Lastingner Center for Learning developing online professional development for early childhood educators in the state of Florida.

Bridgette Martin Hard

To learn more about Bridgette Hard, visit the BriteLab website.

Bridgette Simpson, Women on the Rise

Bridgette Simpson is a Formerly Incarcerated Survivor, Activist, Author, Motivational Speaker, Mentor, Founder of Brijects.com, Community Organizer for Women On The Rise, Board Member forReverse The Cycle of Incarceration, Outreach Consultant for A Loving Act, Organizer for Women Run Campaign, Canvasser for Working Families Party, and Trail Blazer who partners with other Survivors, Activists, Social Justice Reform Organizations, Organizers, Public Figures, Formerly Incarcerated and Incarcerated people to empower, inspire change and promote hope. After spending a decade training in the professional corporate arena, Bridgette spent 10 years in the state of Georgia’s department of correction, receiving up close and personal training in the penal system. Bridgette now fuses both aspect of her training to educate the masses on the inequalities of the criminal justice system and the pressing need for social justice reform. She also teaches on perseverance, drive, change, and the willingness to overcome any obstacle. Because of Bridgette’s unique experiences, she has the ability to connect with the beating hearts of people who are or have been behind bars, their supporters and people who are uninformed about the malfunctions of the criminal justice system.

Bridgette Vale

Bridgette instructs first-year students in clinical education focusing on speech and language rehabilitation across the lifespan. She has experience in a variety of settings including out-patient, in-patient, rehab, and long-term care. Much of her work focuses on acquired disorders including aphasia, dysarthria, cognitive-communicative disorders, and dysphagia.


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