Our Mission: Preparing and inspiring health leaders, professionals, and consumers through collaborative and innovative approaches to education, research and community service.
One of the strategic priorities of the College is to Improve health equity, outcomes and healthcare services for people in our local community, while maintaining a global perspective. Dr. Lauren Stoltzfus, DNP was recently recognized by the Chester County Hospital for her service in several areas. After losing her cousin to sudden cardiac arrest, Lauren Stoltzfus has worked with Aidan's Heart Foundation, the East Goshen Parks and Recreation, and the Community Wellness and Education Department at Chester County Hospital to install an automated external defibrillator (AED) in Chester County's East Goshen Township Park. Lauren's grant covers the cost of the AED, its cabinet, and a sign. The device can help individuals who suffer from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Lauren also plans to coordinate Chester County Hospital's free training for hands-only CPR and AED use. This recognition aligns with our strategic priority to Improve health equity, outcomes and healthcare services for people in our local community, while maintaining a global perspective.