The Healthcare Studies Program provides students with an interdisciplinary understanding of the business, legal, ethical, interpersonal, and sociopolitical aspects of healthcare delivery, finance and organization.
- Blair Armistead, '09
Blair Armistead, '09, is a PhD student in pathobiology at the University of Washington, Seattle. She is an active member of the Richmond Global Health Alliance.
- Jordan Kiszla, '12
Jordan Kiszla, '12, is the program associate for federal-state health policy program at the Commonwealth Fund, a private foundation that aims to promote a high performing health care system that achieves better access, improved quality, and greater efficiency.
- Rebecca Cooper, '12
Rebecca Cooper, '12, is a health policy analyst for Chamber Hill Strategies in Washington, DC.
About the HCS Program
On January 22, the Health Wagon visited campus to talk about their work, and ways for students to get involved. The organization has served as healthcare on wheels for residents of rural southwestern Virginia since 1980.