• Force for Health
    • Force for Health
    • Health Professions Institute

    • July 26 - August 1, 2020
    • The Health Professions Institute at Juniata College provides opportunities for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to engage with the College’s faculty along with physicians, nurses, health care administrators, and research scientists. The Institute will position students for success on their way to a career in the health sciences.
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    • Community Healthcare

    • A growing field with a global reach.
    • Juniata has a tradition of preparing students for many healthcare careers—from family medicine, optometry, and physical therapy to veterinary medicine. Our graduates work locally, in cities across the U.S., and around the world as leaders in their fields, no matter their work location.
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    • Individualized Support

    • Get the personalized attention that will prepare you for a future in health professions.
    • From your first year at Juniata through your first year in professional school, our health professions committee will mentor you, answer your questions, and give you the personalized attention that will help you rise to the challenges ahead.
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A Distinct Experience

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Recent Graduates

    • Haldis Andersen ‘14
    • is currently attending the UNC School of Dentistry in Chapel Hill, N.C.
    • Jasmine Assad ‘16
    • is pursuing her doctorate in physical therapy at the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore.
    • Morgan Decker ‘16
    • is pursuing a medical degree at the Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, Pa.
    • Luke Gangi-Wellman ‘16
    • is pursuing his doctorate in neuroscience at the University of Utah.
    • Andrew Maul ‘14
    • is currently enrolled at Harvard Medical School.
    • Kyle Santerian ‘17
    • is conducting research as a postgraduate associate at Yale School of Medicine.