PNWU Associate Professor Dr. Anthony Lyons completed his first Boston Marathon.

Twenty PNWU third-year osteopathic medical students and two faculty members were recently selected to join the PNWU-COM's Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS).

One PNWU student's plan to improve healthcare across rural america

Paula Archer, OMS III, was recently elected as the SAAO’s Chairperson, the highest national office available in the academy

Northwest Community Celebrates What's Next at the Project NEXT Community Campfire

Thanks to tax-exempt bonds issued by the Washington Higher Education Facilities Authority (WHEFA), Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences (PNWU) will add a new two-story building of classrooms and other academic spaces to its campus.

Academic Day aims to promote scholarly work in the healthcare field and advance the community of scholarship.

Prospective medical students, incoming students, pre-med advisors, high school science faculty/administration, family, friends, and guests are all welcome!

Project NEXT is our revolutionary approach to training the health care professionals of tomorrow; it is an innovative space for cultivating growth and collaboration.

Medical Students Sharpen Culinary Skills in Culinary Medicine Class

Five telesimulation robots are now on campus and ready to begin recruiting for an upcoming research study.

Medical Student’s Multilingual Talent Helps to Shape Precious Moment for First-Time Mother

On Tuesday, December 5, PNWU recognized multiple members of our faculty and staff for their continued dedication to our university.

Two Students from PNWU present at AMA Symposium in Honolulu

PNWU Giving Tuesday giving form

Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences (PNWU) received candidate for accreditation status on June 21, 2016, and is seeking accreditation by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).

PNWU’s Jacob Thatcher represents health care students at national rural health advocacy conference on Capitol Hill

In a remarkable accomplishment, two PNWU students have been elected to the Emergency Medicine Resident's Association's (EMRA's) Medical Student Council (MSC).