December 11, 2012 > Students offer service at out-patient clinic
Students offer service at out-patient clinic
Submitted By Iris Murillo
Life Chiropractic College West recognized 28 students starting public practice in the college out-patient clinic. This group of students, under the tutelage of professional staff doctors, will proved services to citizens of Hayward and surrounding communities at significantly reduced costs, providing valuable health services to the community, while supporting the growth and development of students.
Eighteen graduating students were also recognized for completion of clinical requirements.
Life West graduates, James Beadle and Heather Isensee, received special recognition for presentations they made earlier this quarter to the entire student body. In addition, Roberto Rosas received Intern of the Quarter award for Fall 2012.
Dr. Kathleen Kinney, Dean of the Health Center, states, "This ceremony marks a major milestone for our senior interns who have demonstrated exceptional knowledge and skill having attained this level in their education. They are now ready to deliver outstanding chiropractic care to patients at Life West and beyond."
For more information, visit: www.lifewest.edu.