BS in Finance (Entrepreneurship & Health Sciences), University of Florida
MBA, Southeastern University
Graduate Coursework, St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine
Caleb Bloodworth started his academic career at the University of Florida, with a dual focus of business and pre-med. Upon graduating with distinction he began working at Lakeland Regional Health’s Emergency Department where his passion for medical missions emerged. There, he enjoyed assisting in training emergency and trauma staff, and many facets of the hospital’s business operations, especially financial services. He gained invaluable leadership experience working with the financial team on records, insurance inquiries, and the implementation of Siemens Healthineers/Cerner’s Firstnet Electronic Health Records system.
Professor Bloodworth continued his academics at Southeastern University, earning his MBA with honors in Sigma Beta Delta’s International Honor Society for Business. Here his heart for medical missions and educating others blossomed, leading him to St. George’s University, School of Medicine. Unfortunately, his MD was haunted by complications from an earlier battle with cancer, barring his path to continue in medicine. With the Lord’s continued grace, he is now chasing his passions for healthcare finance and teaching through Anderson University’s DBA in Finance.
In the classroom he strives to convey his God-given passion for education and create an environment that kindles students’ enthusiasm for learning. Professor Bloodworth continues to remain involved in our community through his church and Lakeland’s Dream Center, Kiwanis and Rotary organizations.
In his spare time, he enjoys SCUBA diving, skydiving, and sailing. He is happily married to Marissa Bloodworth. The couple shares an avid love of travel, and their combined tally is at 85 countries visited (and counting).
Professor Bloodworth teaches Analytics, Biology, Finance, Healthcare, International Studies, Macroeconomics, Medical Terminology, Microeconomics, and Personal Financial Stewardship.