Our priority is always the health and safety of every member of our campus community as well as the patients we serve today and in the future. Click here for more information.
Like the human body itself, today’s healthcare system is an enormously complex network of specialties and roles, encompassing the gamut of health challenges that we all face on a day-to-day basis. This network needs healthcare professionals who are trained with the latest philosophies and techniques and who work together harmoniously to provide total patient care. At Midwestern University, we help meet these needs through the College of Health Sciences.
The College of Health Sciences at Midwestern University was founded in 1992 for the purpose of offering programs in health professions that have a demonstrated shortage. The College offers degrees in Physician Assistant Studies, Occupational Therapy, Nurse Anesthesia, Graduate Nuring Programs, Clinical Psychology, Cardiovascular Science, Speech-Language Pathology, and Physical Therapy.
“ There are many reasons I wanted to work in healthcare. I've been involved in sports my whole life and I have always been interested in athletics and elite performance ”Allison Rushing, D.P.T.
Class of 2012