Health First receives Keiser University Employer Award
ROCKLEDGE, FL — Health First was recently named a recipient of the Employer Award from Keiser University, Melbourne Campus. Health First has hired nearly 500 Keiser University graduates over the years in nursing, radiology, medical assisting, and health services administration.
"After research of the company's hiring of Keiser University graduates, the company's community service, mission and vision, Health First was selected as an Employer Award recipient," said J. Neal Isaac, Ph.D., Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Services for Keiser University. "The Melbourne campus raved about the relationship they have had with Health First, working closely with Debbie Holland, Clinical Education Practitioner with the Health First Center for Learning. Each graduate that Health First has hired has assisted the student in changing his/her life, and in so doing, has helped thousands of persons needing medical attention. This is a tremendous statewide achievement for Health First."
"Keiser University provides exceptional medical services degree programs for men and women interested in the health services field," said Cheryl Cournoyer, Director for Health First Center for Learning. "Health First is proud to have hired many graduates from this university. It has proved to be a win-win relationship."
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About Health First
Health First is Central Florida's only fully integrated health system. With a Mission to positively change the health and wellness of the communities we serve, Health First offers the latest technological advances and quality care at our four hospitals and through our many Outpatient & Wellness Services, as well as the area's only Trauma and Heart Centers. Health First also offers multiple commercial and Medicare health plans, the largest multi-specialty physician group in Brevard County, and four fitness centers to help members of our community stay healthy.