I remember dissecting frogs in high school: the metal trays, the formaldehyde smell. Squeamish people aside, most of us thought dissecting a frog was better than reading a boring textbook. We have an anatomy and physiology class where yes, you will get to dissect things, but for a purpose.
The knowledge our students gain in a textbook is enhanced with hands-on experiences in our modern labs.
Along with classes in chemistry and biology, our students are preparing for a healthcare career. They will be our future EMTs, paramedics, nurses, physical therapist assistants and coming soon … dental professionals.
– Dr. John Meyer, Hodges University