Ulrike Berzau

Ulrike Berzau, MM, MHS, PT, FACHE

Adjunct Professor, School of Public and Global Affairs



  • Health Policy
  • Comparative Health Care Systems
  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare
  • Managing the Continuum of Care
  • Global Health Issues
  • Contemporary Healthcare Issues


  • Global Health Issues
  • International Health Systems and Comparisons Rehabilitation
  • Post-Acute Care Continuum of Care
  • Integrative and Complementary Health


  • MHS, University of Indianapolis (Physical Therapy)
  • MM, Aquinas Graduate School of Management
  • FACHE, American College of Healthcare Executives

Academic Profile

Prof. Berzau, MM, MHS, PT, FACHE teaches graduate courses at FDU’s School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and School of Public & Global Affairs. For most of her career, she has been leading Rehabilitation Hospitals & Services in the USA, Egypt, and Germany.  While working in Boston, she worked closely with the Harvard Medical School physicians and researchers and was an Associate Professor at the MGH Institute of Health Professions.

In Germany, she taught in the Physical Therapy program at the University of Heidelberg as a full-time faculty member.  As an experienced healthcare executive and consultant, she has managed international rehabilitation projects and provided consulting in almost all states in the USA and abroad in Qatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Canada, and Haiti. 

She is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, holds a Master of Physical Therapy and Master of Management, and is a #1 bestselling author.

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