students using a tongue depresser in a skills training lab
students serving food at the dietetics luncheon
Occupational therapy students performing an assessment
Physicial Assistant students scrubbing up for a procedure
Health Administration students giving a presentation

The Department of Health Professions strives to be agents of cultural humility. We aspire to uphold an environment and culture that respects and values individual differences (e.g., race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation and identity, socioeconomic status, age, abilities, etc.) and stand against racism, discrimination, and bias in all forms. We pledge to a growth mindset, to better address systemic issues, and to have historical awareness in developing a diverse and inclusive community that supports faculty, staff, and students in learning and growing.

News

Photo: Yanine Pedrazas
Dietetics student to receive the VAND Diversity Award

November 4, 2021

Dietetics student Yanine Pedrazas has been selected as the recipient of the VAND Diversity Professional Development Award. 

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PHOTO: Emily Wagener
Dietetics grad serves in military and returns to JMU for grad school

September 28, 2021

“I love it, it’s exactly what I’ve always wanted to do,” Wagener said. “To come back to JMU and do what I’ve wanted to do professionally, it’s like dreams really do come true.”

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PHOTO: Devany Corvera and Odalys Hernandez
HSA students offer bilingual skills to Great Community Give

April 16, 2021

Two health services administration students, Devany Corvera and Odalys Hernandez, volunteered their Spanish language skills to help communicate the importance of community-based fundraising to support local non-profit agencies.

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HSA is #1
HSA named #1 program in health care management

January 21, 2021

Congratulations to JMU Health Services Administration for being named the #1 bachelor's program in health care management by besthealthdegrees.com

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