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Anya Hill smiling
Anya Hill PA '05, MHA '12 started her career as a nurse. Two additional degrees from Pacific have helped her create a unique career in healthcare.
Bryan Lang smiling
Less than two years after earning his physical therapy degree from Pacific, Bryan Lang is practicing in his own business.
She has been the school's interim director since last June and will continue to lead the professional program.
Audiology, Dental Hygiene, Phamacy and Physical Therapy named among top healthcare jobs for the upcoming year.
Nearly 190 Pacific University College of Health Professions degree candidates took part in the university's summer commencement exercises on Saturday, Aug. 9 to the delight of professors, friends and family members.
Saje Davis-Risen, assistant professor in Pacific University’s School of Physician Assistant Studi
Pacific University's burgeoning doctor of audiology degree (AuD) program has been awarded candidacy accreditation by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA).
Pacific University's School of Physician Assistant Studies has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) to implement a rural healthcare program that will benefit both underserved populations and military veterans.
Two School of Pharmacy professors are exploring how one drug may be used to fit patients’ individual needs.
Healthcare students studying together.
Healthcare Hub with a second 'Green' building just completed and a third planned, the Pacific University Health Professions Campus is showing the way to the future of healthcare education and delivery.

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