Welcome and thank you for considering VCU´s School of Allied Health Professions as you select a course of study toward a career in the health sciences. The links on this page should help you answer some of the most common questions of prospective students. Each department website will provide you with further discipline specific information.
The ACHE 2015 Congress on Healthcare Leadership was held this week in Chicago, IL and the Department was well represented. Yvonne Nguyen, MHA Class of 2016, won 3rd place in the Richard J. Stull Essay Competition in Healthcare Management. She attended the conference to accept her award and presented her paper at a session at during the conference with the other graduate and undergraduate winners. David Zandona, who will be joining us in the fall as a first year Class of 2018 MHA student, won third place in the undergraduate essay competition. Last, but certainly not least, Professor Dolores Clement, Dr. P.H., FACHE won a Leader to Leader award for her work with the local ACHE chapter. A big congratulations to all of all of our award winners!
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