Clarkson College and Think Whole Person Healthcare Sign Partnership to Benefit Employees

Clarkson College is pleased to announce a partnership with Think Whole Person Healthcare, a comprehensive health care facility dedicated to focusing on care of the whole person, rather than individual symptoms or diagnoses. The partnership will offer Think Whole Person Healthcare employees as well as their spouses and dependent children tuition savings and preferred application status.

“Think Whole Person Healthcare is an innovative organization dedicated to improving patient outcomes, and we are proud to partner with them to help build a workforce dedicated to offering patients comprehensive services that treat every aspect of their health,” says Dr. Gary Pack.

The partnership offers employees, as well as their spouses and dependent children ages 23 and younger, a reduced tuition rate at Clarkson College. A team will be designated to Think Whole Person Healthcare to assist employees, their spouses and dependents as they determine their best path to advance or begin their health care education journey. The team will be equipped to answer questions about the application process, academic curriculum, tuition and scholarships as well as academic support services such as free tutoring services for success.

“This partnership enables us to give back to our employees and their families in a very meaningful way,” says Dr. James Canedy, Chief Executive Officer of Think Whole Person Healthcare. “It provides them access to an elite educational institution at a fraction of the cost. Employees or their family members may have previously determined that they simply could not afford to pursue or further their health care career dreams, but now they can in a variety of fields.”

The partnership allows employees and their family members the opportunity to explore advanced education options in critical areas such as nursing. Clarkson College offers opportunities including License Practical Nurse (LPN), Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), traditional BSN, Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), as well as certificate and Nurse Anesthesia options.

Employees can also explore health care education options in Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiography and Medical Imaging, 3D Printing, Psychology, Healthcare Business, Health Information Management, Community Health, and Education and Leadership.

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