Center for Health Sciences Education at Genesis
This 40,000 square foot building constructed in 2010 houses the Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant, and Nursing departments and includes state-of-the-art classrooms; teaching space that simulates home health, hospital, and outpatient clinic environments; a computer lab; library; and a student commons.
The 13,000-square-foot addition cost $3.5 million and includes a clinical skills lab and exam suite that simulates a medical office practice setting and emergency and trauma care.
The space also features a 78-seat lecture hall equipped with enhanced technology for distance education delivery; space to support more interprofessional and post-graduate continuing education; additional classroom, study and meeting areas; and offices for the MPAS program and faculty, as well as the College of Health and Human Services dean.
Interprofessional Health Clinic
This clinic, which opened in 2015, provides student-led and free healthcare services to underserved populations. Click here to learn more