Joseph Salyer graduates from Emory & Henry Health Sciences Campus
EMORY, Va. — On Saturday, Aug. 14, 27 students at Emory & Henry’s Health Sciences Campus graduated with a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at the Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va. Joseph Salyer of Johnson City, Tenn., has graduated from Emory & Henry Health Sciences Campus with a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies.
“Class of 2021, we salute you,” said Emory & Henry Provost, Dr. Michael J. Puglisi, to the graduates. “You’ve persevered during these unprecedented times, demonstrating great resilience and unwavering commitment to your goal of earning your degree. You have made many sacrifices and put in many long hours of studying, while also providing high-quality health care to your patients during this global pandemic. We have no doubt that you will be true leaders in your chosen healthcare profession.”
Emory & Henry College’s Health Sciences campus was launched in 2014 with the goal of preparing compassionate, patient-centered, highly-skilled health care professionals who not only provide quality healthcare to their patients but also actively engage in leadership and service opportunities within their professional organizations and communities.