The students, who will complete their degrees in August, are part of the No. 5 ranked physician assistant program — of nearly 200 nationwide — by U.S. News and World Report. Initiatives like these help our students to be better prepared to be key members of an evolving health care team with keen cultural awareness to effectively treat diverse populations.
In addition to honing her health care skills, Jaime Lynn Moyles ’17 enjoyed cheering on the participants in between treatments.
“It is truly an inspiring event and something I am grateful to be a part of,” she said.
Catherine Morelli ‘17 said it was a great way to give back to the community while having fun.
“Working with people who have disabilities has been something I’ve been involved in on and off over the years,” she said. “I was so excited for this opportunity.”