In accordance with the Process to Reopen Pennsylvania, our Elkins Park campus and clinics are entering the Yellow Phase and resuming limited operations effective June 8, 2020.
CPPD intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
The mental health effects the pandemic has had on healthcare workers, patients and their families was one of the topics discussed during a recent COVID-19 online provider panel for Salus University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies students.
When Rachel Brackley, OD ‘09, FAAO, Resident ‘10, was a student at the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO), she admits to being somewhat scared of the faculty. Now that’s she’s part of that same faculty, her perspective has changed.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has created an influx in telehealth services both locally and nationally. And, since Salus has a history of being at the forefront of health service delivery and technology, it’s no surprise the University’s Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) and Occupational Therapy (OT) programs are on the front lines – virtually.
Andrew Gurwood, OD ‘89, FAAO, Resident ‘90, is a professor of Clinical Sciences in the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) and co-chief of Suite 3 at The Eye Institute (TEI). He is also an attending clinical staff member of Albert Einstein Medical Center, Department of Ophthalmology.
This is the first of a three-part Q&A series highlighting audiologists and speech-language pathologists and the life altering treatments they provide for communication disorders.