SKCC Next Launch Reception
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Join us to learn about this exciting initiative and how it
advances the mission of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
at Thomas Jefferson University.
The mission of SKCCNext is to reimagine cancer care by engaging
the next generation of business leaders and philanthropists to inspire
innovative cancer research breakthroughs.
Welcome to the Jefferson School of Health Professions alumni page! Please pardon our appearance as we are currently updating our website to include new tools and resources for our alumni including an online directory, class notes, mentorship and career resources, blogs, message boards, and photo albums. We encourage you to come back and visit often as we are constantly updating our site.
Who We Are
The Association's purpose is to promote and support Thomas Jefferson University and the School of Health Professions by fostering philanthropy and lifelong engagement with alumni, students and the Jefferson family.
JSHP ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD
| Helen D'Imperio, Health Services Mgmt '07
| Angie Dion, Couple and Family Therapy '10
| Megan E. Gibbons Maciborski, Physical Therapy '04
| Paul Heim, Physical Therapy '87
| Kim Henchinski, Couple and Family Therapy '09
| Nancy Fulginiti, Medical Technology '84
| Sumaira Mehmood, Cytotechnology '93
| Christy Moore, Radiological Sciences '98
| Charles D. Nelson, Occupational Therapy '87
| Katie O'Shea, Physical Therapy '08
| Aditya Prasad, Biotechnology '06
| Addie Psaila, Radiological Sciences '07
| Jonathan Ramirez, Radiological Sciences '07
| Scott Segan, Radiological Sciences, MultiComp '09
| Brie Sheppard, Physical Therapy '10
| Natalie Sibley, Physical Therapy '02
| Jill Weinberg, Occupational Therapy '05
| Shannon White, Occupational Therapy '06
Jefferson School of Health Professions Annual Fund provides for the school’s most immediate needs. Annual gifts from Health Professions alumni are vital to supporting departmental scholarships, providing innovative training, conducting leading-edge research and maintaining our facilities for current and future students.
Here are some ways the JSHP Annual Fund makes a direct impact:
- Scholarships and Financial Aid: The cost of education continues to rise. Last year, 40% of JSHP applicants were awarded institutional scholarships, thanks to the generous support of donors like you.
- Interprofessional Education: JSHP students have multiple opportunities to participate with students and healthcare professionals from other disciplines. Your support enables the Jefferson Interprofessional Education Center (JCIPE) to improve patient care through the implementation and evaluation of patient-centered, interprofessional education throughout the Thomas Jefferson University curriculum.
- Educational Innovation: Our Faculty strive to develop innovative instructional techniques to ensure that students ground their classroom and clinical experiences in evidence-based practice.
- Health Professions Academic Building: Construction of our new Academic Building located at 901 Walnut Street is will be completed in December 2011
You may make a gift or pledge to the area of your choice using our secure online giving page. For more information about Annual Giving, contact Melissa Ross at (215) 955-2980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Review is published twice a year for alumni of the Jefferson Schools. It is a complimentary publication containing current healthcare articles, alumni news, a calendar of events and other Jefferson news. As an alumnus, you should be receiving The Review. However, if you are not on the mailing list and would like to be, please e-mail Ellen Caccia, assistant director, alumni relations, at email@example.com.
The Winter 2012 issue is now online! Click here to view.
To view back issues of the Review, please click here.
Your free lifetime membership in the Jefferson School of Health Professions Alumni Association begins on the day of your graduation. With this membership comes a wide array of benefits and services – from access to the Scott Library to discounted parking. We encourage you to take advantage of the programs that JSHP has to offer.
Scott Memorial Library
You are welcome to use the resources of Scott Memorial Library which include access to 186 public computers providing MS Office products, internet access and use of freely accessible web materials. For a complete list of library alumni services, please visit the Jeff-line Alumni Community on the web at http://jeffline.jefferson.edu/Alumni/.
Jefferson Fitness and Recreation Facility
You are eligible to purchase a yearly membership to the Jefferson Fitness and Recreation Facility or pay a guest fee of $10 per visit on weekdays and $5 per visit on weekends. For further information, please call (215) 503-7743.
Evening, holiday, and weekend discounts for the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience parking garage.
Parking discounts are valid Monday through Friday, 2:30 pm to 5:00 am and any time on weekends and holidays with a maximum of 18 parking hours. Coupons must be used to receive the discount and can be purchased from the Commuter Services Office, located in the Jefferson Bookstore, 1009 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 5:30 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. For more information, please call (215) 955-6417.
You will be eligible for the applicable discount rate for over the counter purchases at the Jefferson Pharmacy located on the ground floor of the Gibbon Building or at the Jefferson Apothecary, 833 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. For further information, please call (215) 955-8845.
Lifetime Career Services
The Career Development Center (CDC) will provide you with career resource information and assist you with your career and work-related issues. The CDC is located in Room 704, Edison Building, 130 South 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA. For further information, please visit the CDC website or call (215) 503- 5805.
For further information or assistance, contact: