"My Philosophy of Healthcare is to see people through God's eyes."Josephine Bomah, Health and Biomedical Student.
Starting April 2010 Adventist University of Health Sciences began a new podcasting project. Inspired by StoryCorps, the University has begun collecting philosophies, stories, and thoughts of students, faculty, and staff to keep on their podcast page.
“When we human beings from very different backgrounds discover a common bond – when we link together and find a common joy – we discover that what holds us together turns out to be more fundamental, more eternal, and more important than those things which divide us.”
Student attendees at the annual Florida Nuclear Medicine Society convention recently had an opportunity to show what they can do. Four students in the Nuclear Medicine Technology program at Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences (FHCHS) were able to showcase their knowledge of the field by giving 10-minute presentations on relevant issues and interesting case studies.
Adventist University of Health Sciences (ADU) is a Seventh-day Adventist institution that specializes in healthcare education. Its location next to Florida Hospital near downtown Orlando gives students access to unparalleled clinical opportunities in physicians' offices, imaging centers, rehabilitation clinics, and Florida Hospital's own world-class facilities.
The University's guiding philosophy, Healthcare as Ministry, is based on the idea that true wellness is not achieved through medical care alone, but through healing relationships that speak to peoples' minds, bodies, and souls. This philosophy underpins each course of our associate, bachelor's, master's, and online programs.