Chaffee Crossing-based Arkansas Colleges of Health Education president Kyle Parker gave some insight into the future developments planned for the campus. They include asking locals to help medical students fall in love with the community so they will stay and practice in the region after graduation.
Fort Smith-based Arkansas Colleges of Health Education, according to ACHE President Kyle Parker, who spoke at the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce First Friday Breakfast Friday (Jan. 4). Fort Smith must make students fall in love with the city, region and state.
The leader of the bustling medical school campus at Chaffee Crossing also gave the Fort Smith business community a hint of what the next school phase may or may not be.
A new master of biomedical science program will begin July 26 at the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) in Fort Smith. The program will provide “rigorous post-graduate training in basic science” to students who want to become physicians or further their careers in medical professions but who are not ready for a medical degree program.
The Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority Personnel Committee approved Friday, March 29, the process it wants to use in the hiring of the organization’s next director.
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