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Alumni - College of Graduate Health Studies
A.T. Still University Alumni Relations is pleased to offer services and opportunities that enrich you and other alumni educationally, professionally, and socially. We also work to keep you informed about and involved with College of Graduate Health Studies (CGHS) and the Alumni Chapter and, also, the larger ATSU alumni community to which you belong. Our hope is that you will continue your relationships through the CGHS Alumni Chapter and expand them through the ATSU Alumni Association (ATSUAA). In the ATSUAA, you can interact with other graduates of ATSU, such as osteopathic physicians, physical therapists, dentists, and other health care professionals. In this way, you can build each other up and provide better service to patients and to other communities to which we belong.
We are continually seeking new and innovative ways to meet the needs of our alumni, so we encourage you to send to us your comments and suggestions about the programs and services described in these pages.
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The mission of the College of Graduate Health Studies Alumni Chapter (CGHSAC) is to support the College of Graduate Health Studies (CGHS) and ATSU and to encourage beneficial relationships with the college, university and its alumni.
The CGHSAC provides opportunities for networking and collaboration between the various college alumni chapters and develops cross-campus and interdisciplinary programs or events to support ATSU including: financial support, recruitment support, activity support, and volunteer efforts.
CGHSAC will serve as the voice of alumni as it reports on activities and initiatives of each alumni chapter to the ATSU Alumni Association.
Membership in this Chapter shall consist of all graduates of CGHS and other persons who meet the requirements as prescribed by the Bylaws of the ATSU Alumni Association (ATSUAA) and CGHSAC. Each graduate will be awarded membership in ATSUAA and CGHSAC. This is a lifetime membership.
The CGHS Alumni Chapter Board shall meet twice each year, with most meetings being conducted virtually, unless otherwise noted. ATSU Alumni Relations will provide administrative support at all meetings.
If you have questions or need more information, please contact Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866.626.2878, ext. 2307 (toll free).
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Community Health Center
As a leading provider of quality healthcare for area residents, Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center also provides community employment and health education. More than 80% of the staff are local residents, and many were trained at the affiliated Waianae Health Academy. Find out more.
From public health centers located in communities where services are needed most, to research and other leading edge whole person healthcare initiatives, you can create your own legacy by contributing to the specific cause that moves you most. Find out more.
When you give to A.T. Still University, you're not only supporting whole person healthcare education, you're also helping deliver it to where the care is needed most. Through our legacy program, we send students to underserved communities nationwide and conduct healthcare clinics at the university on occasion. Find out more.
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