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Manchester says ‘thank you’ to health care professionals

University of Saint Francis athletic trainer Drew Hollman with his hand-delivered thank-you bag.Manchester University’s health sciences hub in Fort Wayne is reaching out to health care professionals with a thank-you note and gift bag.

The gift tags read, “Thank you for everything you are doing in these difficult times. We appreciate you!”

For every application received before the end of January, employees from the College of Pharmacy, Natural and Health Sciences programs at the Fort Wayne campus will send or mask up and deliver a gift bag to a health professional in their field of interest. 

Gift bags are going to professionals working in the field of pharmacy, pharmacogenomics and athletic training in northeast Indiana and neighboring states for each application that is submitted between now and Jan. 15 for spring semester 2021 and Jan. 31 for summer and fall 2021 applicants.

“We are thankful for all health care professionals,” said Assistant Dean Greg Hetrick with the college. He is leading the effort.

Manchester Athletic Training Program Director Lucas Dargo delivers thank-you bag to Carrol High School athletic trainers Steve Lubbehusen and Jordan Redding.Those interested in applying may mail their program of interest with any questions: for Masters of Athletic Training; for pharmacogenomics; and for the doctoral program in pharmacy.

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December 2020