Oregon Tech and the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce are holding an open house for the Martha Anne Dow Center for Health Professions on Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
Klamath Falls, ORE. – Oregon Tech and the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce are holding an open house for the Martha Anne Dow Center for Health Professions on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Enjoy this unique opportunity to personally meet with faculty and students from Oregon Tech and Oregon Health & Science University nursing program, watch labs being conducted, and enjoy refreshments in this incredible facility.
Guests will learn about Oregon Tech’s advanced curriculum, the state-of-the industry technology available to students, and take a "behind the scenes" tour of various clinical areas and see where instruction and learning take place throughout our programs. Departments participating include Medical Imaging Technology, Natural Sciences, Respiratory Care & Polysomnography, and OHSU School of Nursing at Oregon Tech.
Handicapped parking is available on-campus with free parking for everyone. For more information about this event, contact Tracy Ricketts at 541.885.1118 or email@example.com.
About Oregon Tech’s Martha Anne Dow Center for Health Professions
Nearly a decade ago, Oregon Tech President Martha Anne Dow shared her vision of a top-notch facility that would train new generations of health-care professionals to replace the growing ranks of retirees and meet the needs of an aging population. Today, the Martha Anne Dow Center for Health Professions (CHP) is a state-of-the-industry, green facility housing Oregon Tech’s progressive allied health programs. The unique opportunities and wonderful learning environment now available to our students has created palpable excitement on campus and throughout the region.
Home to programs in medical imaging, pre-clinical laboratory science, and respiratory care, the CHP provides the tools and resources to keep students at the forefront of leading-edge technologies and uniquely positions Oregon Tech to meet society’s demand for health-care professionals.