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Rugby native doing clinical at HAMC

December 20, 2013
Pierce County Tribune

Josh Anderson, physical therapy student at the University of North Dakota, is currently completing a nine-week clinical education experience at the Heart of America Medical Center Physical Therapy Department. Josh is originally from Rugby and is the son of Dave and Pam Anderson. Following the completion of his clinical education requirements, Josh will graduate with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May of 2015. The clinical education experience assists the students in becoming autonomous practitioners, who are leaders in service through evidence-based practice, education and scholarly activity for the profession of physical therapy.

Graduates of the Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum will have the ability to perform as entry-level physical therapists in a variety of roles and practice settings. The University Of North Dakota Department Of Physical Therapy is accredited by the Commission on Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).

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