Posted: Thursday, January 15, 2015 11:28 pm
By Jeff Bahr, in The Grand Island Independent
The people behind the Health Science Education Complex in Kearney believe that, if health professionals receive their entire education outside of Omaha, they’ll be more likely to work in other parts of the state.
“That’s what we’re banking on, is the big return for the state,” said Greg Karst, assistant dean for academic and student affairs at the University of Nebraska Medical Center School of Allied Health Professions. Read more>>