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With a population that is 35-percent Latino and Native American, Arizona suffers from serious health disparities, made even more severe by the need for a more diverse biomedical and health-care workforce. In response, the Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC) is offering a full array of programs this summer, based in Tucson and Phoenix, to help increase the diversity of Arizona’s health-care workforce. These include an introduction to health care program for high school students to programs to...

Summer Shines the Light on Diversity Programs At the Arizona Health Sciences Center

To address the critical lack of diversity in the health-care workforce in Arizona and the nation, the Arizona Health Sciences Center, with programs in Tucson and Phoenix, is working to recruit, educate and train tomorrow’s health-care leaders.

Success Story: Victoria Sullivan

Why did you choose your specific health professional career? I wanted to be a nurse since I was a teenager. I had a short term goal of becoming a nurse as soon as I could, and a long term goal of becoming a registered nurse (RN).


Success Story: Victoria Steele

Why did you choose your specific health professional career? I think I knew as a child that my path was that of helping people understand themselves and others, and to heal their emotional and spiritual wounds.