Each individual curriculum has been developed in collaboration with the other programs to ensure students are equipped with the skills and competencies necessary to be part of a successful health care team.
The research is clear, an interprofessional approach to health care results in more competent clinicians and better health care delivery.
“On behalf of the entire Mary Baldwin College community, I want to welcome you to the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences. Our dynamic programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant, Master of Healthcare Administration, and RN to BSN draw on Mary Baldwin’s proud 175-year history and solid academic foundation.”
Linda Seestedt-Stanford, PhD
Vice President for Health Sciences
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Mary Baldwin University Appoints Dr. Deborah Greubel as Vice President and Dean of the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences
Dr. Deborah Greubel will join Mary Baldwin University (MBU) in late November as the Vice President and Dean of the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences following the retirement of Dr. Linda Seestedt-Stanford, Founding Vice President. Greubel currently serves as the Director of the School of Nursing at The University of Tulsa (TU). She brings […]
U.S. News recognizes MBU among the best in the South for its vibrant community, affordable costs
Mary Baldwin University has been named a Best Regional University in the South by U.S. News & World Report for 2018, coming in at no. 43 up from no. 52 in 2017. The news magazine’s annual Best Colleges rankings are used extensively by prospective students and their families to make informed decisions about the merits […]