In the Business of Transforming Healthcare

In the Business of Transforming Healthcare

Ever wonder how hospitals strive to improve the patient experience? We were fortunate to get a glimpse of the consulting side of healthcare business. Read on!More
A Journey to Ambulatory Pharmacy Success

A Journey to Ambulatory Pharmacy Success

Marisa Campanale PharmD ’14 set her sights on ambulatory pharmacy early in her academic career; and her vision never failed. Self-determination, a strong work ethic, and healthy respect for both hospital and community pharmacy guided Campanale to help realize her dream of a clinical pharmacy career. How did she get there? … More
New England School of Acupuncture and MCPHS University finalize deal to combine

New England School of Acupuncture and MCPHS University finalize deal to combine

MCPHS University, also known as Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, announced yesterday that it has acquired New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) by becoming the sole member of the NESA corporation. New England School of Acupuncture will retain its name and will continue to operate at its current site at 150 California Street, Newton, Massachusetts. … More
Major Change Leads to Dream Career

Major Change Leads to Dream Career

Steven J. Camara BS ’15, a Tough Mudder competitor, took up a new challenge when he switched his academic major and his subsequent career path from Pharmacy to Pharmacology & Toxicology. And, he’s glad that he did! Read more about Steven's career success! … More
The Hall Delivers a Win

The Hall Delivers a Win

Last March, MCPHS alumni huddled at the Hall for the first Alumni Association New England Regional Reception. The Hall at Patriot Place delivered an exciting, innovative, and interactive, modern museum experience.The result? Definitely a win… in a blowout!
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GIVING DAY HAPPENED!

THANK YOU!

Giving Day took place on May 6, and it was a huge success! Thank you so much for your generosity!
Please visit the Giving Day Page to see the final numbers!

Reed Conference Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

Reed Conference Celebrates Diamond Anniversary

1940 was a big year for healthcare innovation. Plasma had been just discovered as a blood substitute. The Rh factor in blood was revealed. The first hip replacement surgery took place and penicillin was first used as an antibiotic. Did you know that the inaugural Howard L. Reed Educational Conference also took place in 1940? After 75 years, all of these innovations are still vital, thriving elements of the healthcare landscape and going strong!

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