Three residents of Inglis House breezed into Founder’s Hall with speedy precision on their custom-adapted motorized chairs. Two residents used a joystick similar to the control device used for a video game to maneuver into the orientation room. These residents were all part of a panel of representatives from Inglis - a long-term care facility for adults with severe disabilities - who shared their stories with the University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Class of 2020 on two recent visits.
When Viviana Di Stefano ‘20PA walks into a room, she is filled with confidence. With little to no digging, it is easy to find that Di Stefano is a strong and adaptable woman who doesn’t shy away from a challenge.
Listen up! Salus now has its very own podcast series. Titled Health Science Starts Here, the series features the latest stories and events happening to Salus students, alumni, faculty, staff and the communities we serve.
It takes a special community to ensure that the institution continues to be a leader in health science education. Every Saturday leading up to Friday April 26, we will highlight a few of the new awardees. This week's awardees are Drs. Caldwell, Malloy and Messner.
Salus University has named Chaitali Baviskar the new assistant vice president for Clinical Operations. In her new position, Baviskar will serve as the chief operating officer responsible for the efficient and effective management of the University’s clinical sites - The Eye Institute, Pennsylvania Ear Institute and Speech-Language Institute - while ensuring the highest standards of patient care in conjunction with the educational experience of its students.