The VCU College of Health Professions Department of Rehabilitation Counseling recently appointed Courtney Holmes, Ph.D., as the new associate chair for academic affairs. She also serves as associate professor in the Department.
Every day College of Health Professions students, alumni, faculty and staff do extraordinary things. Read more about our latest achievements below.
VCU College of Health Professions Dean Susan L. Parish, Ph.D., has been appointed the Sentara Professorship in Health Administration. In addition to serving as Dean, Parish is a professor in the Department of Health Administration.
The Herbert and Charlotte Meyer Assistive Technologies Laboratory & Quiet Room in the VCU College of Health Professions, was made possible by Dr. John H. and Carlyn Meyer Dalness, in memory of her parents. The lab space features advanced technology which provides occupational therapy students with further training before as they prepare to serve patients in clinical settings after completion of their studies.
Graduate, pass the National Certification Exam, get certified, practice as a CRNA.
MSNBC/NBC News Journalist Lui Encourages College of Health Professions Students to Lead with Eyes on Inclusivity, Compassion
Richard Lui has been on national TV for 15 years. And it took him a while to get comfortable with that.
A group of Virginia Commonwealth University undergraduate and graduate students have won the prestigious CLARION Case Competition, designed to improve interdisciplinary communications within health care.
Renner started as an engineering major, but made the switch to health professions. Intrigued by the VCU College of Health Professions’ affiliation to Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, Renner enrolled in the health administration program. “It was a perfect fit. The health administration track has an emphasis on compassionate leadership and I found mentors to help me launch a career in pediatrics,” he said.
The College needs your help to continue the work we do to ensure all of our qualified students can achieve their dreams to work in health care and are not derailed because of the costs of education. Cathy Saunders, Gerontology alumna, shares this special message about the impact the College made on her life and her commitment to ensuring our students complete their education.