Our Orthopaedic Clinical Residency Program was re-credentialed for another 10 years, the best possible outcome!
In their nomination of Dr. Ballantyne, his students acknowledged his enthusiasm for teaching, his creativity and his ability to incorporate clinical situations into Gross Anatomy.
The Student Physical Therapy Organization first ever 3-on-3 basketball tournament had a great turnout.
Provides therapists a means to share information on orthopaedic topics and further their professional growth.
A federal grant is providing Ambrose health science students more than $400,000 in scholarship funds.
Over 90% agreed or strongly agreed they were better prepared to address issues across multiple systems via enhanced clinical reasoning, and over 95% felt they were more scholarly and reflective practitioners after the completion of the program.
Learn more about career options, advanced education, and how to get ready for PT school.
Professor of Social Work Chris Martin delivers a lecture.
Pamela Lightsey, of the Boston University School of Theology, delivers the 18th annual Social Justice Conference keynote address.