Ketchum University Debuts State-of-the-Art Health Professions Building New Campus Building Encourages Interprofessional Collaboration

Proximity can foster greater understanding. That axiom was a driving force in the development of Ketchum University’s Health Professions Building – a 43,000 square-foot newly remodeled multifaceted building that houses learning spaces for all three […]

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  Earlier this year Assistant Professor Reena Patel, OD, ’09, was honored at Optometry’s Meeting® in Washington, D.C., with the Dr. W. David Sullins Jr. InfantSEE® Award. The award recognizes an individual doctor of optometry […]

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Recognition REENA PATEL, OD, ’09, received the Dr. W. David Sullins Jr. InfantSEE® Award at Optometry’s Meeting® for her significant work in the optometric community through the InfantSEE program. RICK HURLBUT, OD, ’80, founder of […]

Emily McCoy, PA-C, ’16: A Family Legacy of Patient Care Inspires a Physician Assistant Career

By Amy Woodman You could say the medical profession has always been in Emily McCoy’s genes. Her family tree is rooted with doctors, surgeons and nurses; including two grandfathers, a doctor and surgeon, her father […]

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Ketchum University Welcomes New Dean to the Southern California College of Optometry

Marshall B. Ketchum University is excited to welcome the appointment of Mark A. Bullimore, MCOptom, PhD, as Dean of the Southern California College of Optometry. Dr. Bullimore was hired after a national search and will […]

Thanh Mai, OD, ’12: Giving Back and Looking Forward

By Amy Woodman As a 2012 graduate from the Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University, Dr. Thanh Mai finished at the top of his class with summa cum laude and achieved […]

Ketchum University’s Fall Orientation Program: Creating a Culture of Student Success

By Pamela Martineau Ketchum University will soon welcome its new incoming classes of optometry, PA and pharmacy students. The students will hit the ground running with a unique orientation program designed to meet them where […]

Safety Tips for Viewing the Solar Eclipse

By Mark Nakano, OD On August 21, 2017, a solar eclipse will be visible (weather permitting) across all of North America. The entire continent will experience a partial eclipse lasting 2 to 3 hours. Anyone within […]

Commuter Tips

  By Veronica Donato, SPAS 2018 Starting a new program is stressful but commuting on a day-to-day basis doesn’t have to be. Getting ready in advance can minimize the burden of being a commuter. I […]

Marriage in PA (or OD or PharmD) School: Deepening Your Roots

  By Jason Janoian, SPAS 2018 “When the roots are deep, there is no reason to fear the wind.” – Unknown Grad school can be a frightening adjustment, especially when you have a spouse coming […]

PA Students: Where to Start with Study Supplies

By Morgan Peters, SPAS 2018 Dear Incoming Students, If you are anything like me, I was excited to get all my school supplies set and ready to go before the first day.  I had been […]