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ASU hosts summer health program for high school students

May 16, 2014

High school seniors interested in becoming a physician, dentist, physical therapist, nurse, optometrist, physician assistant, or a health care provider are invited to a unique summer enrichment program. 

The Summer Health Institute @ ASU will provide students who have completed their junior year of high school the opportunity to live on the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus for a week while experiencing a variety of interprofessional health related activities including 3 hours of daily simulation at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix campus (suturing, IV’s, intubation, scrubbing, etc), interactions with members of the health care team, and tours of health care facilities located within the health corridor of Arizona. 

Dates: July 13-19
Location: Downtown Phoenix campus
Is this a residential program? Yes
Cost: $600
Contact: Nate Wade 602-496-1941

Note: This is for 12th grade only.

Applications for the program are due June 13. For more information and to apply to the program visit