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Dr. Elizabeth (Lisa) McClain, Chief Wellness Officer, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education, was awarded the Health Equity Champion award.
The Fort Smith Chamber and representatives of the Healthcare Committee surprised the 2021 Physician of the Year honoree, Dr. Leslie Ziegler on Wednesday, September 22 at the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) campus.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education School of Physical Therapy has been awarded the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation grant.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education is making way with renovations to its future Research Institute Health & Wellness Center on Fianna Way in Fort Smith.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education and Arkansas Department of Health are hosting a free health fair at Central Mall on Saturday.
The School of Occupational Therapy at the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) has been granted candidacy status for the doctor of occupational therapy program. The status allows the school to admit students for the inaugural class that begins January 2022.
A partnership between Arkansas College of Health Education (ACHE) and Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food will bring nutrition education and the opportunity for a degree in the culinary arts to many in and around Fort Smith.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education has announced its School of Occupational Therapy has been granted candidacy status for the Doctor of Occupational Therapy program. As a result of this action, the institution may officially admit students for the inaugural class that begins in January 2022.
The Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine has named the students in its Top Five Percent for their academic achievements in Biomedical Essentials of Comprehensive Osteopathic Medicine, an integrative science course fundamental to practicing medicine.