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The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) is working with Stanford University’s “Our Voice” initiative to improve “health-impacting features” of the region and will begin with local citizen scientists helping with a national Walkability Action Institute.
Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) will be making a home for the Fort Smith Symphony corporate offices in their new Research Institute Health & Wellness Center.
When one thinks of the new Arkansas Colleges of Health Education program, most probably do not think of the fine arts. Yet, as part of their emphasis on health and wellness, ACHE has a major interest in supporting local visual and performing arts, and the positive impact is spreading throughout the community.
he ACHE Research Institute Health & Wellness Center will do more than bring medical research to our region – it will allow ACHE to recruit top-tier professors, boost the region’s economy, and improve Arkansas’ health.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) in Fort Smith has hired Dr. Monica Rojas as medical director of international medicine and cultural education for the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM).
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) will see a large expansion in its facilities in the future. ACHE announced it’s purchase of the 318,000-square-foot Golden Living facility at 1000 Fianna Way in Fort Smith last week. The building, which sits on 63 acres included in the purchase, will be renamed the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education Research Institute Health & Wellness Center.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education announced its purchase of Golden Living HQ.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education has purchased the former corporate office building of Golden Living in Fort Smith.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) announced the purchase of the Golden Living facility in Fort Smith on Tuesday in what it says is a “quest to advance healthcare education and research in Arkansas and beyond.” Kyle D. Parker, chief executive officer of ACHE, said the move will create the largest research institution of any osteopathic school in the nation.