Healthcare


Master of Health Services Administration
The health care industry in the United States may be in flux, but one thing is certain: The need for health care services is growing. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the economy is projected to add 2.3 million new health care jobs between 2014 and 2024. […]

What Is Health Services Administration? How to Enhance Your Career ...


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Kelly Bushéy never meets a stranger. Her positive attitude combined with a refreshing sense of humor makes her someone who is easy to talk to and enjoyable to be around. Equipped with this demeanor from a young age, she has carried it with her throughout the years as a student, […]

Faith, Hope and Love Combine to Make a Big Difference


Virginia Demezier Bien Aime
There is saying associated with an individual who has many talents and must balance multiple responsibilities. Whether it is at work or at home, this person is referred to as someone “who wears many hats.” Oftentimes, these hats become so jumbled it can be difficult to find the original person […]

Virginia Demezier Bien Aime Reclaims Her Identity at Hodges University



Students in PTA class at Hodges
Updated June 19, 2018. Are you looking for a satisfying and enjoyable career in the medical field that provides you opportunities to help others? Maybe becoming a doctor or a nurse doesn’t sound right for you, but have you thought about a future in physical therapy? For the patient recovering […]

Build Your Future as a Physical Therapist Assistant


Holly Madison
As the director of nursing at Hodges University, Dr. Holly Evans Madison is stepping into a role that has been many years in the making. With more than 20 years of professional experience in not only nursing, but also in education, she is prepared to build and create opportunities for […]

Building a Program for Future Nursing Students


Zaklina Stojkoski and Hodges University President Dr. Wortham
Updated June 20, 2018 Zaklina Stojkoski knows how to take initiative and lead the charge. Considering herself an independent woman, she is not easily discouraged. Instead, she focuses on the positive and possibilities, both of which she uses as motivation for herself and others at Hodges University. Born in New […]

A Born Leader



Clinical Mental Health Counseling Hodges University
Updated Sept. 13, 2018 From published works to years of professional experience in the field, Hodges University’s clinical mental health counseling (CMHC) professors are experts who will provide you with in-depth knowledge and a personalized approach. As with many of Hodges’ educational programs, the learning environment for a clinical mental […]

The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Faculty of Hodges University


Professor Liana Calderin with her family.
When her students experience intimidation or doubt, Professor Liana Calderin encourages them by saying, “The sky will always be blue. Everything else that happens is just bad weather that will pass. When you wake up tomorrow, the sky will still be blue.” As a Hodges University alumna, she is familiar […]

Embracing Challenge to Help Build the Future


Anita Penn Daswani
Surrounded by people who have made a career of helping others, it is no surprise Anita Penn Daswani plans to follow in the same footsteps. Inspired by her mother, who is a teacher, as well as her father-in-law, who is a bereavement counselor, she looks forward to graduation and beginning […]

Finding Her Way at Hodges