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Dr. Cindy Mathena, Dean of the College of Health Sciences, was live on First Coast News in Jacksonville talking about the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences' 40th anniversary and the in-demand programs that the university offers.

Courtney Henderson, 2014 MOT graduate, noticed a big need for lymphedema treatment while working in a nursing home in Asheville, North Carolina. This eventually led to her own clinic – the Lymphedema Center of Asheville, which opened in October of 2017 and started welcoming patients in February 2018. READ MORE

At the Relay For Life Carlsbad-Encinitas, the USAHS team from San Marcos, Adapt and Motivate, successfully exceeding their goal of raising $1,000! As a whole, the entire relay surpassed it's $130,000 goal and raised over $203,000.00! The event is ran by the American Cancer Society, and the proceeds go to cancer research as well as helping those in need who cannot afford treatments. The USAHS team had a great turnout. It originally had 17 people registered but over 30 people showed up to come help out and participate at some point in the 24-hour event. The team booth offered corn hole, which provided lots of fun for other families attending the event. READ MORE

During the week of June 9-15, students, faculty and staff from the Doctor of Education program participated in the program’s first annual Service Week event. Students, faculty and their families across the United States volunteered for service opportunities in support of organizations that give back to their communities. Each participant scheduled a date and time of service for the organization of their choice. Event organizers encouraged participants to document their service and use the hashtag #USAHSServiceWeek to bring participants together via social media. READ MORE


Dr. Scott Love and Dr. Rick Coleman from the Physical Therapy faculty at the USAHS St. Augustine campus invented a new device designed to help amputees run without the risk of falling and were featured in this news report.




Dr. Melanie Logue, Senior Coordinator for the Family Nurse Practitioner program, was on Good Morning San Diego to talk about the nursing profession and need for advanced practice nurses in celebration of National Nurses Week.

Dr. Elisabeth McGee, faculty member from the St. Augustine campus, was a guest on First Coast Living in Jacksonville to talk about National Occupational Therapy Month.


Joe Cockrell, Executive Director of Communications and Media Relations, was on the Atlanta & Company show on Ch. 11 in Atalanta to talk about OT Month and the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.

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We love to share stories about students, faculty and staff on social media. Got a news tip? Want to brag about something your class has accomplished? We'd love to hear from you! To share photos, news tips or suggestions for stories email Joe Cockrell at