Programs to get you on your way to UNMC
Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP) and Kearney Health Opportunities Program (KHOP)The RHOP and KHOP programs are cooperative ventures of the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), the University of Nebraska Kearney (UNK), Chadron State College (CSC), Peru State College (PSC), and Wayne State College (WSC).
Global Health Opportunities Program (GHOP)
The Global Health Opportunities Program (GHOP) is a collaborative health science partnership between the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and universities around the world. The CSC-Physical Therapy Doctorate Program is the first GHOP partnering with Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC)-approved universities in China. The dual degree (PhD-DPT) Program is the upcoming GHOP partnering with Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
Breanna Witte - Radiography Class of 2018, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Class of 2019 (UNK)
Currently practicing at Tri Valley Health System in Cambridge, NE.
"I chose to pursue a pathway program because it was an incredible opportunity, financially, for me, and it allowed me to be accepted into one of the most well-respected medical colleges in the nation. I knew I would receive the best education possible to be a valuable asset to healthcare, and an added bonus was I could do it all in a rural setting.
There is great importance in rural healthcare, and I am proud to be able to contribute to it. Rural residents deserve the opportunity to have access to high quality care they can trust without having to drive long distances. "
Kaylee (Samway) Wiemers - Radiography Class of 2017 & Magnetic Resonance Imaging Class of 2018
Currently practicing at Community Hospital in McCook as an X-ray, CT, MRI and Mammography technologist.
"I chose to pursue the radiography and magnetic resonance imaging programs because of my love for technology and for helping others. I love being able to help others get through some of their toughest days.
I grew up in rural Nebraska, and nothing gives me more pride than to help serve the community that helped shape me into the person I am today. Being able to provide the same level of care to patients in my hometown that they could receive in a larger facility is something I am proud to be part of.