St. John’s acquisition of Saint Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center
last year, renamed the Dr. Andrew J.
in honor of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
beloved dean emeritus, has expanded
the University’s allied health educational resources. “This makes
us an even more significant provider of health care services to
Queens’ and New York City’s urban poor,” says current Dean Robert
. The College is now able to prepare emergency service
technicians and radiological technologists, both positions that are
expected to experience substantial growth during this decade
because of the coming of age of the baby boomers and the need for
alternative healthcare providers.