Tower Health and Drexel Celebrate ‘Topping Off’ at New Facility for College of Medicine | Now

Tower Health and Drexel University celebrated an official “Topping Off” ceremony for the development of an additional site location of Drexel University College of Medicine at Tower Health, to be opened in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.

Consistent with social distancing restrictions, a small ceremony was held during which a handful of leaders from Tower Health and Drexel watched the placement of the final, 30-foot steel beam. Construction of the new facility is slated to be complete in time to welcome the first 40 students for the 2021-2022 academic year.

The structure consists of:

  • 2,636,000 pounds of structural steel
  • 3,109 pieces of steel
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2020: Where Technology, Public Health and Government Meet

Where Technology, Public Health and Government Meet

Alana Lerer ’11 works in Washington, D.C., to help shape the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


By:



A.C. Shilton



 Thursday, April 30, 2020 02:32 PM


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Alana Lerer ’11, government relations manager at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Like many people working in public health, Alana Lerer ’11 had long worried about the lack of funding in her field. In fact, in 2019, as part of her position as government relations manager at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Lerer tried to

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Dallas College looking toward student success with two new initiatives aimed at job and workforce readiness

Black and Latino students looking for high-demand jobs can gain needed skills and opportunities through new initiatives from Dallas College.

A year into the pandemic and amid an economic crisis, Dallas College aims to help students of color and those from low-income families with scholarships and a virtual career fair that are part of nationwide efforts to help them enter the workforce.

The school was selected as one of four education partners in a new $40 million program by PepsiCo to support Black and Hispanic students through four need-based scholarships in obtaining degrees in high demand fields: cybersecurity, information technology,

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Daniel Addison MD | Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Procedures and Conditions I Treat

  • Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Internal Medicine


Locations Where I Practice


Ohio State Outpatient Care Gahanna


920 N. Hamilton Road
Gahanna, OH 43230



Ohio State Outpatient Care Gahanna


920 N. Hamilton Road
Suite 400 Gahanna, OH 43230


Please note: Not all physicians schedule patients at each listed location. Please call the “Schedule an appointment” number shown above for scheduling assistance.





Education and Training

Education History

Medical School


Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN

MD

8/4/2005 – 5/16/2009

Internship


Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, Houston, TX

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5 things to look for on a college campus that benefit mental health

Researchers have studied college students’ mental health for decades. Even in the 1920s, it was clear that the many stresses of higher education—like academic demands, post-graduation plans and financial concerns—wear on students. This stress can incite new mental health concerns and worsen existing ones, such as anxiety and depression. Sleep disturbances, restlessness, irritability and even feelings of hopelessness can make college feel harder than it already is.

For all of these reasons, it pays to take campus design into consideration when selecting a school. Campus design affects the college experience, and students can choose a campus or change

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