The Transformative Impact of Humanism
As you already know, the value of Humanism is what makes WesternU so unique. In health care practice, it’s about connecting with the patient and treating them as a whole person (or animal) and not just their ailment. In education, it’s about teaching students not only the knowledge and skills, but also compassion and caring. And at WesternU, it’s about the support we receive from people like you—who make up our loyal community and give us hope for a better tomorrow. Below are just some stories of impact made possible thanks to your support.
Health Care for All
WesternU College of Optometry graduate returns to the Navajo Nation as a health care provider
Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry graduate Kaydee McCray, OD ’22, MSMS ’15, a member of the Navajo (Diné, Naabeehó) people, began a residency in ocular disease/primary care at the Gallup Indian Medical Center in Gallup, New Mexico, on the border of the Navajo Nation.Read more
Removing Boundaries and Expanding Our Impact
College of Podiatric Medicine provides foreign-educated doctors a pathway to practice in the U.S.
Western University of Health Sciences’ College of Podiatric Medicine developed a program that is making dreams come true and fulfilling lifelong ambitions of helping others. The College of Podiatric Medicine developed the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Advanced Standing program to provide graduates of foreign medical schools the opportunity to become Doctors of Podiatric Medicine, enter residencies, and practice in the U.S.Read more
Friends Improving Lives Together
WesternU CPM alumnus and his friends create foundation to promote limb salvage, function, and patient quality of life
Western University of Health Sciences College of Podiatric Medicine (CPM) alumnus Aarron Flowers, DPM ’15, and his UC Davis college friends founded the Limb Care Foundation (LCF) to address education, prevention, and treatment of limb care by maximizing the quality of life for individuals who have had or are at risk for limb amputation.Read more
Promoting Health Equity
WesternU COMP students provide health screenings at Juneteenth event
Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP) students provided free health screenings at the Pomona Valley Juneteenth Jazz and Art Festival at Ganesha Park in Pomona Saturday, June 18, 2022.Read more