Juliana de Campos, MA

As the Administrator of Liberty Endoscopy Center, Juliana partners with physicians and staff to deliver compassionate and quality care for every patient. She believes in improving how patients seek and receive care by creating a welcoming environment that recognizes the nuanced backgrounds of a diverse patient base. Juliana spearheaded policies at Liberty Endoscopy Center that acknowledge the spectrum of gender identity and she pursues partnerships with community clinics in order to provide free screening colonoscopies for uninsured patients.

Juliana has over 10 years of experience in healthcare and holds a Master’s degree in Literature, Language, and Theory from Hunter College. Working within two major New York health systems, Weill Cornell Medical College and Northwell Health, she gained invaluable perspective into the importance of how administrative decisions trickle down and directly affect the patient experience.

Juliana’s experience as the queer daughter of immigrant parents has directly influenced her passion for closing the health equity gap. She knows every step towards that goal counts and she is proud of the dedication that the Liberty Endoscopy team shows in service of that shared mission.