As Creighton continues to expand its reach in Phoenix and globally, the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education will serve as a modern connection between the health sciences on the Omaha campus.
Hundreds of volunteers are keeping the clinic running in the Rasmussen Center. Here are a few of the students making this historic moment possible for Creighton University.
Creighton University has announced the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education and the new home of the Creighton School of Medicine.
At the College of Nursing, we teach every student and faculty member to strive for magis, or “more;” to search for better treatment options, build stronger collaborations, question new approaches to care, and find answers through interdisciplinary research.
Even if Abdul Tholley is in the thick of the 12-month Accelerated Nursing Program at Creighton’s Phoenix campus, he still finds the time to volunteer where he can. Even if it means leaving the country.
A transformation is taking place in Arizona’s health care landscape, along with a substantial boost to the local economy.
Creighton nurse Erin Muth, BSN’08, has turned a recent harrowing experience into a good cause, in a story that highlights the potentially life-saving importance of the simple, everyday communication we take for granted.
For Creighton, collaborative care operates on a few core principles: Health care is a team effort; and clinicians working together (closely, honestly, efficiently) leads to better patient care — lowering costs, improving outcomes, saving lives.