Welcome! As a WesternU alumnus or alumna, you are automatically a member of the WesternU Alumni Association, a network of more than 14,000 graduates of Western University of Health Sciences. Alumni like you have an established presence in every state in the U.S., as well as in a dozen territories and overseas countries. Regardless of where you are residing, we hope that you will stay in touch as the Alumni Office is committed to providing assistance to you throughout your journey as a healthcare professional and beyond.

We love to hear all your exciting news, so please share new contact information, jobs, publications, presentations, awards, honors, marriages, births, etc… Anything you would like to share, we would love to hear about it and share it with your classmates in the Class Notes section of the WesternU View!  We also welcome all photos pertaining to your updates. Click here to share your news!


WesternU, Sight Savers America help visually-impaired children read, play and thrive
Covina resident Mackenzie Martinez, 16, received training on his new Freedom Scientific Onyx HD Electronic Video Magnifier (EVM) at the Western University of Health Sciences Eye Care Institute, Los Angeles ...Read More
WesternU serves the community at Care Harbor Los Angeles
Lawndale resident Eleanor Mateo came to Care Harbor Los Angeles – one of the largest free health clinics in the country – for the first time Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. ...Read More
WesternU honors Inter Valley Health Plan at “A Tribute to Caring” gala
Supporters have helped Western University of Health Sciences attain new levels of innovation, cutting-edge research and clinical excellence. With a “steampunk” theme reflecting the role of innovation through the years, ...Read More


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WesternU ConnectWesternUConnect is a free and secure web-based platform designed to connect WesternU students and alumni for professional networking and career advice, as well as help you keep in touch with classmates, make new contacts in your specialty or region, find out about upcoming events, stay up to date on campus news, and more! Signing up takes just about one minute with your existing LinkedIn or Facebook account, or you can register using your email address. Get connected today!


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At the core of WesternU’s mission is the education of tomorrow’s health care professionals. Our success in this area has been best illustrated by alumni like you, whom employers place in high demand for your technical skill and humanistic compassion. In this season of giving, please make an end-of-year tax deductible gift in support of WesternU at https://www.westernu.edu/giving. Your donation will help us continue our important mission and support our students as they follow in your footsteps to reach their greatest potential.


Throughout the year, the Alumni Office works with our campus partners to invite alumni to various events, including receptions at professional conferences, regional networking mixers, class reunions, on-campus lectures, and more! We hope that you will JOIN US at an upcoming event!


alumni benefitsAll WesternU alumni are automatically members of the Alumni Association, and as such, you have access to a variety of benefits. Take advantage of special services like the Alumni Job Board and L.A. Fitness discounts just for you.

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As alumni, you are able to use the library’s complete collection of electronic resources when you come on-campus to visit the library.. A complete list of Library resources available to alumni can be found online or by contacting the Library directly at (909) 469-5323 or reference@westernu.edu.


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Jeremy Lewis DVM 2010.jpgIn September, U.S. Army Capt. Jeremy Lewis, DVM ’10, a Veterinary Corps Officer out of the Public Health Command-Atlantic in Fort Bragg, N.C., won the 2017 Regional Health Command-Atlantic Best Medic Competition.

Adeba MohammadAdeba Mohammad, MSMS ’15, DO ’19, presented a study at the World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease, Nov. 30-Dec. 2, in Universal City, Calif. The study unexpectedly showed there was no meaningful association between the severity of diabetes and the number of associated conditions.

Diva Malinowski Green, DVM ’16,
was featured in an NBC Boston news segment on her treatment of an arthritic giraffe using acupuncture. The segment re-aired several times and was even picked up by NBC affiliates nationwide, as well as news outlets in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Russia. The segment can be viewed here.

Amy GouleyAmy Gouley, MSPA ’03, founder of the non-profit Project Happy Face, was named as one of 50 individuals whose work best represents the PA profession. Her organization provides dermatological treatments and products to disadvantaged junior and senior high school students to help boost their self-esteem and confidence.