Salus University’s facilities are designed to support our academic programs, philosophy, and clinical training needs while providing an attractive environment for our students, faculty, staff, and patients.
The University’s beautiful main campus is situated on 11.5 acres in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County. The campus includes two main academic buildings containing clinical labs and research facilities, the Gerard Cottet Library, and the Center for Computer Assisted Learning, and the Hafter Student Community Center.
The University also operates five clinical facilities, which serve the surrounding communities and provide clinical experience for our students: The Eye Institute and its two satellite offices, the William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center, and the Pennsylvania Ear Institute. The Eye Institute is located in the Oak Lane section of Philadelphia and its satellite offices are in the Chestnut Hill and Falls Center Complex of the city.
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