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Nazanin Tondravi
USC Gould School of Law

Nazanin Tondravi

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: January 20, 2021




Nazanin Tondravi, JD, MPH, MBA, is the director of regulatory affairs at Memorial Healthcare System. She provides system-wide oversight and resolution of hospital regulatory and accreditation matters, including surveys and certifications, process changes, CMS requirements and compliance with all regulatory standards required for patient safety and quality of care. Tondravi serves on the Joint Commission Health Systems Corporate Liaison Advisory Group, providing advice related to the accreditation process.

Prior to this role, she was the associate director of regulatory compliance for UHealth – the University of Miami health system. Tondravi has worked on health care regulatory issues involving physician contracting and compensation, Stark Law, False Claims Act, HIPAA, Anti-Kickback Statute, conflict of interest, EMTALA, hospital licensure, patient grievances, and other federal and state laws.

Tondravi earned her JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, where she was inducted into the Bar and Gavel Society for her outstanding service to the law school, community and the legal profession. Tondravi earned her MPH from the University of Illinois School of Public Health and MBA from Johns Hopkins University. Tondravi was recently chosen as a Rising Star Under 40 by Becker’s Healthcare. She is certified in patient safety (CPPS), a licensed healthcare risk manager (LHRM), and a certified joint commission professional (CJCP). Tondravi is a member of the Illinois and Florida state bars.

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