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Educating health care professionals for the future

Promising health care careers start with a commitment to scientific excellence and a compassionate approach to patient care. That’s precisely what our students discover and learn at WesternU.

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Pathways to the top 10 jobs in the U.S., as ranked by U.S. News and World Report

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Occupational Therapy Doctorate Degree Accepting Applications for Inaugural Class

WesternU Oregon College of Health Sciences is currently accepting applications for the new Occupational Therapy Doctorate Degree. The inaugural class will start in the Fall. Be an innovator, a pathfinder, a pioneer. Last day to apply is June 9, 2023.
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Biomedical Research Engage in Scientific Discovery while Earning Your Degree

Choose from a wide range of research opportunities to deepen the practical skills you’ll need in your field. WesternU students and their faculty mentors are making a real-world impact – receiving NIH grants, discovering a novel DNA sequence, and developing innovative learning methods in medical education.
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Our Campuses Two Homes for Health Sciences

You might say home is where the heart is. Well, we’ve got two hearts that beat with love for the communities we call home in Pomona, CA, and Lebanon, OR. Students can pursue select degrees on a campus of their choice.

We’re Part of a Community that Cares

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  • Western University of Health Sciences students from the Pediatric Interest Group hosted about 40 children - who were mostly kindergarten students - for the school’s inaugural Mini-Medical School at the Pomona campus, Saturday, Sept 22, 2018. Second-year College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific student Vivian Okonta shows kindergarten student Claudia Reyes, of Pomona, how to use a stethescope. Kindergarteners learned about the human body and medicine through four stations taught by WesternU students: Bone station, heart and pulse station, hand hygiene station and mini operating room. Community Opportunities
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    Humanism Our Human Approach

    At WesternU, we believe in caring for people–and that includes our students. We are committed to putting Humanism in every aspect of the WesternU experience so that our students learn to heal with compassion.

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    Are you a graduate and or a friend of WesternU? Make a difference in our students’ lives–and the communities our students heal–in many different ways by staying in touch and supporting their work.