Do you have a passion for helping people? Are you looking for excellent Christian education close to home? Make a choice and make a difference! Adventist University of Health Sciences (ADU) and the Denver area Adventist hospitals are continually working together to offer unique opportunities in healthcare education. In harmony with the mission of Adventist Health Systems—To Extend the Healing Ministry of Christ— the mission of Adventist University is to develop service-oriented leaders who will practice Healthcare as Ministry. Simply put, Healthcare as Ministry is your hands doing God’s work! Take your first step in making a difference and contact ADU today!
Adventist University-Denver is excited to announce an expansion of the general education courses now offered. These courses are designed to serve as prerequisite requirements for nursing and other allied health fields.
For admission and program information, call (303) 765-6271.
ADU - Denver is located on the campus of Porter Adventist Hospital.
950 E. Harvard Avenue Suite B80
Denver, CO 80210
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Blended learning includes content and activities delivered in a web-based format, while other content and activities are offered in a classroom setting. The blended course promotes learning that is interactive and engaging for students in the classroom, but also allows them the autonomy to learn at their own pace outside the classroom. In the blended format, a portion of the course activities will be completed on campus or through synchronous interactive video, to provide real-time contact with course instructors. Course activities may include, but are not limited to, lecture content, case scenarios, chats or discussions, exams, and clinical involvement. Real-time interactions may occur via technological interactives such as Polycom, Wimba or Skype.
“L is for the way you look at me…” was merely one of the lyrics that rang through the halls of the Campus Center just days ago.
Recently, the Student Services Department hosted the first FHCHS Valentine’s Day karaoke party in the Student Lounge. For a few hours, participants were able to take a break, enjoy savory treats, prizes, and entertainment provided by FHC’s finest. Songs ranging from recent hits to golden oldies kept students on the edge of their seats as they anticipated which peers would be next to sing. Some belted with diva-like style; others squawked and laughed his or her way through each chorus. All were triumphant in braving the microphone.
Recently, representatives from the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) conducted a site visit on the FHCHS campus to evaluate the A.S. Radiography Program for accreditation. The JRCERT is the only agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for the accreditation of traditional and distance education programs in Radiography. Accreditation through the JRCERT is an elective process and one that is held in high esteem and speaks of a program’s desire to be recognized by peer review for providing high quality education.
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Each year, ShareHim and The Quiet Hour take hundreds of students from more than 25 colleges and university to share the gospel around the world. These students come from a variety of backgrounds and are pursuing various fields of study. You can imagine that this is a life-changing experience for many of these students.
Perhaps this life-changing experience is best illustrated by Vanessa’s story. Vanessa, a nursing student at FHCHS, participated with Chaplain Reynold Acosta and six other FHCHS students during their summer break in the country of El Salvador. With encouragement from a close friend, Vanessa signed up to go on this trip.
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.