FAMU launches K-12 Health Science Academy

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March 22, 2017

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- FAMU is now training up health care professionals of tomorrow.

FAMU’s School of Allied Health is set to launch the Health Science Academy.

This program is catered to K-12 students at FAMU’s Developmental Research School. Through classes they will learn more about the health field and possible careers to pursue.

"All young people know doctors and nurses, but not many young people know what cardiopulmonary science, health informatics, or occupational or physical therapy,” said Cynthia Hughes Harris, Dean of FAMU’s School of Allied Health

The program will officially launch in Fall of 2017.

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