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The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education began accepting applications for its School of Occupational Therapy on July 22.
The sessions were a result of a collaboration between Brightwater, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education and Fort Smith schools to address nutrition issues and promote healthy lifestyles at an early age.
Arkansas Colleges of Health Education in Fort Smith has received early initial accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) announced Tuesday (June 29) it had been granted Early Initial Accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Board of Trustees.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) has been granted early initial accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the Fort Smith institution announced Tuesday.
A $32.3 million anonymous gift to the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education will help promote a “game-changing” culture of health for the entire region, the institution announced Tuesday.
The Arkansas Colleges for Health Education in Fort Smith will use an anonymous gift of more than $32 million to work to make the state healthier.
Some philanthropists and charitable organizations have already made tackling the doctor shortage a priority. Last year, the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education partnered with the Degen Foundation to develop a new 48-slot residency program in the underserved Arkansas River Valley.
Governor Asa Hutchinson will be among those attending the upcoming opening of a health facility in Chaffee Crossing. Mercy Fort Smith is partnering with Louisville, Kentucky-based Kindred Healthcare to build the rehabilitation hospital on land donated by the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE).
The first class of doctors at the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education moved their tassels to the left Saturday. ACHE Chief Executive Officer Kyle Parker said he’s proud of the program and its students.