Snapshot

Welcome to the JCHS Snapshot webpage! Jefferson College of Health Sciences is really hopping these days and we want to give you a glimpse into everyday life on our campus. From student activities to hosting VIPs from our community, there’s always something going on at JCHS!

This page will feature snapshots of students, faculty and staff, as well as guests, in our new spaces at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital and in our surrounding community.

We hope you enjoy these shots and will visit this page often to see new photos!

Friday, March 02 2012

On Friday, March 2, 2012, JCHS welcomed members of the Carilion Clinic HR Organizational Development Department to the JCHS Campus. The group facilitates internal communications and supports change initiatives and employee engagement. 

In the picture above, taken in the 10th Floor Conference Room at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital on the JCHS Campus, are (left to right): Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Catherine Turner, JCHS Resource Development Officer; and HR Organizational Development Department team members Anne Shaver, Michael Maxey, Amy Moore (in back), Karen Dillon and Amy Hoots-Hendrix.

Tuesday, February 21 2012

At Jefferson College of Health Sciences, we want to provide our students with resources that will help them succeed in the classroom as they prepare for their careers beyond our walls. Our Student Affairs Department works closely with students every day to ensure they have the support they need to maintain their mental and physical health. 

With that in mind, JCHS and Carilion Clinic are proud to announce the newest resource to help our students maintain their health: the Adolescent and Student Health Services Clinic. On Feb. 21, 2012, we celebrated the opening of the new clinic at 902 S. Jefferson Street in Roanoke—right next door to our campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital.  

For more information about this new resource, call 1-800-422-8482 or visitwww.facebook.com/carilionadolescenthealth.

Photo by Eric Earnhart, courtesy of Carilion Clinic.

Friday, February 17 2012

On Friday, Feb. 17, 2012, JCHS welcomed Tor S. Haugstad, M.D., Ph.D. to the JCHS Campus. Dr. Haugstad is the Chair of Neuroscience at the Sunnaas National Rehabilitation Hospital, Olso, Norway. That hospital focuses on clinical care and research in neurorehabilitation on spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and chronic pain.

In the picture above, taken in the third floor lobby of Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital on the JCHS Campus, are (left to right): Anna Millirons, JCHS Dean for Administrative Services; Glen Mayhew, JCHS Associate Dean for Institutional Effectiveness; Dr. Tor S. Haugstad; Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; and Scott Hill, JCHS Dean for Student Affairs.

Thursday, February 16 2012

The JCHS Physician Assistant Class of 2013 held a barbeque fundraiser in the Dog House on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012. The class is raising money to send students to the nation's capital to lobby in front of Congress to improve practices for physician assistants nationwide.

In the photo above, from left to right are: Chelsea Mattox, Mallory Vincent, Melissa Kollman, Jen Traylor, Dr. Wilton Kennedy, Jordan Brewer and Matthew Schneider.

Tuesday, January 31 2012

On Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, JCHS welcomed members of our local physician community and the Executive Director of the Roanoke Symphony to campus. 

In the picture above, taken in the JCHS Museum on the third floor of Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital on the JCHS Campus, are (left to right): Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Roanoke Physicians Dr. Kevin Dye and Dr. Nancy Dye; Beth Pline, Executive Director of the Roanoke Symphony; and Dr. Lisa Allison-Jones, JCHS Dean for Academic Affairs. 

Tuesday, January 31 2012

On Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, JCHS welcomed leaders from the Roanoke Symphony and the local physician community to campus. 

In the picture above, taken in the third floor lobby at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital on the JCHS Campus, are (left to right): Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Dr. Ava Porter, Chair of the JCHS Nursing Department; Dr. J. Hayden Hollingsworth, retired physician; David Stewart Wiley, Music Director & Conductor,  Roanoke Symphony; and Dr. Ward W.  Stevens, retired physician. 

Friday, January 27 2012

On Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, JCHS welcomed leaders from the Taubman Museum of Art and Boxley Materials Company to campus. 

In the picture above, taken in the third floor lobby at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital on the JCHS Campus, are (left to right): Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Ab Boxley, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boxley Materials Company, and Member of the Taubman Museum Board of Trustees; Kimberly Williamson, Director of Development for the Taubman Museum of Art; Dr. Lisa Allison-Jones, JCHS Dean for Academic Affairs; and David Mickenberg, Executive Director of the Taubman Museum of Art.

Friday, January 06 2012

On Friday, Jan. 6, 2012, Ms. Nancy Howell Agee, President and CEO of Carilion Clinic, and Dr. Wayne Gandee, Chief Medical Officer at Carilion Clinic, hosted a town hall meeting for JCHS employees to provide information about their vision and where we are headed as an organization.

Over 150 JCHS faculty and staff attended the event, which included remarks from both Ms. Agee and Dr. Gandee. Following their presentations, the JCHS community presented the pair with College sweatshirts as a thank you for visiting our campus.

Thursday, January 05 2012

On January 5, 2012, the faculty, staff and administration of Jefferson College of Health Sciences gathered at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine for an orientation meeting kicking off the Spring 2012 semester. This group shot features our whole College crew! Welcome back, everyone, and best wishes for a great spring semester! 

Sunday, January 01 2012

The JCHS Physician Assistant Program first-year students volunteered with for the "1,000 Homes for 1,000 Virginians Project" in January 2012. The project is a statewide initiative, led by the Virginia Coalition to End Homelessness, to house the 1,000 of the most vulnerable Virginians cycling between the streets, emergency shelters, hospital emergency rooms, jails and prisons.
 
Many of the students volunteered to survey the Roanoke area homeless population to obtain better information regarding the vulnerability of this group. The volunteers canvassed the streets of Roanoke City in the early morning hours, completing the surveys with the homeless, and providing them with McDonald's food gift certificates, donated gloves, hats, scarves, hand-warmers and socks. The survey will help bring more resources to the homeless population as well as placing 1,000 homeless Virginians in new homes. Pictured above is the entire JCHS Physician Assistant Class of 2013.

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