1310 Club Drive, Mare Island/Vallejo, California 94592
Touro University California
Established in 1997, Touro University California offers graduate degrees in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, physician assistant studies, nursing, public health and education. The mission of Touro University is to educate caring professionals to serve, to lead and to teach. Students from diverse backgrounds are recruited nationally to create a dynamic, robust learning environment.
The Touro College and University System is comprised of Jewish-sponsored non-profit institutions of higher and professional education. Touro College was chartered in 1970 primarily to enrich the Jewish heritage, and to serve the larger American community. Approximately 19,000 students are currently enrolled in its various schools and divisions. Touro College has branch campuses, locations and instructional sites in the New York area, as well as branch campuses and programs in Berlin, Jerusalem, Moscow, Paris, and Florida. Touro University California and its Nevada branch campus, as well as Touro College Los Angeles and Touro University Worldwide, are separately accredited institutions within the Touro College and University System.
Reasons to attend Touro College of Pharmacy
· Opportunity to be a part of the Touro University College of Pharmacy’s accredited PharmD Program.
· 2+2 curriculum provides an additional year of clerkships to produce a clinically mature graduate.
· Small class size creates strong personal relationships with professors and classmates.
· Each incoming class is organized into teams that work together on active learning projects.
· Unique Pharmacy Learning Center combines interactive and technologically advanced classroom and discussion spaces.
· Bay Area location provides easy access to San Francisco and other Bay Area cultural, sports and outdoor attractions.
· Close-by pharmacy practice experiences occur within a 45-mile radius of the campus.
· Integrated curriculum makes the connections between scientific knowledge and pharmacy practice.
· Extended 19-week semesters decompress the learning experience.
· Laptop program promotes the widespread use of the Internet and other computer-based educational resources.
Anthony Williams, Recruiter & Outreach Specialist
Tel – (707) 373-4421 | Email – email@example.com
Mission Statement –
· To benefit society through its programs in pharmacy education, research, scholarship, and service.
· To prepare our students to become competent, caring and ethical pharmacists dedicated to optimizing health care outcomes.
· To develop students and faculty to be leaders and provide them with the tools to practice effectively and be role models in a wide variety of professional settings.
· To promote life-long learning in a culture of collegiality, respect, and diversity.
· Touro University California – inspirational teaching and scholarship, transformative leadership, exemplary service.
· Produce pharmacists who possess the competencies necessary for the provision of pharmacist-delivered patient care, including medication therapy management services.
· Develop faculty, student, and alumni leaders who will accept responsibility for providing care, advance the practice of pharmacy and its contributions to society and represent the pharmacy profession to other health professions and the public.
· Promote the professional development of our faculty in teaching, research and other scholarly activities, and service.
· Practice continuous quality improvement through assessment and evaluation of desired outcomes in all phases of operations.
· Foster a learning environment that promotes critical thinking and is responsive to the diverse learning style of students.
· Sustain a culture of equity, respect, and understanding by recruiting faculty, staff and students who are diverse.
· Incorporate collegiality as a central value in relationships among and between faculty, students and other health professionals.
· Utilize informatics and technology as a means to advance pharmacy practice and improve health care outcomes.
· Instill a commitment to life-long learning, through participation in professional organizations, professional exchanges, publications, and professional development.
· Be recognized locally, nationally, and internationally for excellence in our endeavors.
Mare Island, nestled on the northerly extension of San Francisco Bay, embraces a history that spans more than 150 years. In 1854, this historical site was the first permanent U.S. Navy installation on the West Coast, established on the island under the leadership of Commander David G. Farragut. The Mare Island Base Hospital, a National Historic Landmark, was constructed in 1899 on the foundation of an even older navy hospital; this Beaux Arts-style building still stands today on campus. Since the mid-19th century, naval workers built more than 500 ships on the island, including the first U.S. warship built on the West Coast, and the only U.S. battleship ever built on the West Coast, the California.
The federal government closed the Naval Station in 1993. Six years later, Touro College moved the newly founded College of Osteopathic Medicine from San Francisco to a site on the southern portion of the base. The 44-acre property with its 23 buildings provided ample space for the university’s continued growth. Historic buildings on campus honor the naval history: Farragut Inn, the former Officer’s Club, now houses the university admissions department; Wilderman Hall, built in the Mission Revival style and named after Commander Alvin Wilderman, was once Bachelor’s Officers Quarters and is now administrative offices.
The story of Mare Island is truly one of turning swords into plowshares, from building warships to teaching leaders in education and healing. As home to Touro University California, Mare Island is yet again making history.