The Office of Alumni Relations is home to the WesternU Alumni Association. We exist to keep all current and future Western University of Health Sciences graduates connected to one another and the University, as well as to their respective college/program.
The Center for Advancement of Drug Research and Evaluation (CADRE) has been created to blend the talents of selected faculty in multiple departments into a cohesive unit that is positioned to respond to emerging opportunities in the realm of drug and product development.
The Center for Academic and Professional Enhancement (CAPE) will provide opportunities for faculty to develop as excellent teachers who facilitate student learning in innovative ways.
WesternU established the Center for Disability and Health Policy (CDHP) in 1998 in response to the concerns of the disabled community, which is emerging as one of the nation’s fastest growing and least understood minority groups.
Western University of Health Sciences is hosting a series of fun and informative workshops for Pomona Unified School District Middle School students, Lebanon Community School District 6th grade School students, Sherman Indian High School students, and their parents. These workshops are conducted by health care professionals and WesternU students who are studying to become health care professionals.
WesternU’s interprofessional education curriculum will put students from all nine of the University’s disciplines together in the classroom, in small group venues, and in clinical experiences with patients. The goal is for WesternU graduates to demonstrate an understanding of other health professions and to provide and promote a team approach to patient care and health care management, leading to improved patient care.
As the first facility of its kind in the area, the Patient Care Center is proud to bring a Dental Center, Eye Care Institute, Foot & Ankle Center, Medical Center, Pharmacy, Travel Health Center, and the Western Diabetes Institute under one roof – creating a true healthcare destination for people throughout the Inland Valley and beyond.
The College of Veterinary Medicine offers companion animal care, pet wellness services and other outreach programs serving the community. Primary Care Companion Animal Clinic is available to the general public. Pet Wellness Program is only available to the WesternU Faculty, Staff and Students. To receive information regarding our body donation contact the WAVE