NEWS

"One Good Story" Shines Light On ACPHS Students and Alumni

Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 -- Now is a time of great change in the American healthcare system. Access has become a national imperative, and new policies and practices are being developed to create a value-based system focused on patient outcomes. Traditional roles of point-of-care providers are also evolving, and there is increased dependence on interprofessional teams and information technology. Additionally, advances in life sciences are providing new and sophisticated therapies and diagnostics that enable the dream of personalized medicine.

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Northern Rivers Family of Services Discusses "Give Hope a Home" Foster Parenting Campaign

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 -- There are 500 children regionally between the ages of 1-21 in need of loving foster homes. Bill Marszalek, executive program director for foster care, spoke with WNYT NewsChannel 13's Asa Stackel today about “Give Hope a Home,” an initiative to educate Capital Region residents about regional foster parenting opportunities. Clck here to watch the segment.

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Troy Turkey Trot Donates $15,000 to Event Charities, Sets Food Donation Record!

Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018 -- Officials from the City of Troy gathered at the Troy Atrium this afternoon to award a $15,000 check from the Troy Turkey Trot to the event’s two charities, the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York and Joseph's House and Shelter, a Troy-based not- for-profit whose mission is to prevent and alleviate homelessness.

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