Webster University And Dignity Health Global Education Join Force To Advance Healthcare Education

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Webster_University-And-Dignity-Health-Global-Education-Join-Force-To-Advance-Healthcare-Education Webster University And Dignity Health Global Education Join Force To Advance Healthcare EducationEducation and training play a vital role in determining the proficiency of healthcare professionals with the most recent intrusions and technologies. Keeping the purpose ahead, the leading healthcare workforce development company Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE), partnered with Webster University, an American non-profit private university, to deliver credit and non-credit bearing programs in healthcare education. The partnership will enable both institutions to expand their expertise to meet the increasing requirements of learners serving in a significant area of healthcare.

The collaboration integrates Webster’s global excellence in teaching with Dignity Health’s leading industry insights to offer dynamic, germane opportunities to individuals working in healthcare to perform differently in this space. According to the reports, the proposed offerings will develop on Webster’s current programs while combining DHGE’s industry insights from being part of the largest no-profit health system in the U.S. It further reported that the first program is expected to launch in October this year. Ahead of this partnership, DHGE Chief Executive Officer Andrew Malley stated that Webster is an outstanding, global, not-for-profit university, offering a student-centered, experience. This aligns wonderfully with DHGE’s vision and values. We are excited to expand, with Webster, access to higher education to healthcare professionals with an industry focused platform underpinned by academic excellence.

Since private university in Missouri, Webster runs as an independent, non-denominational university with multiple branch locations across the US. The university provides undergraduate and graduates programs in various disciplines of the liberal arts, fine and performing arts, teacher education, business, and management. Representing all 50 US states and 140 countries, Webster enrolled about 22,000 students in the year 2014.