College of Health Professions

The College of Health Professions first opened its doors in 1970, when two baccalaureate programs, Physical Therapy and Medical Technology, were established. Since that time the School has expanded its offerings to include master and/or doctoral level programs in the following areas: Biomedical Sciences, Health Administration, Health Professions Education, Interprofessional Studies, Nurse Anesthesia, Nutrition, Pathologists' Assistant, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Psychology and Women’s Health.

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Interprofessional Education

College News Stories

  • CHP Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony


  • Open House Information
    • Rosalind Franklin University invites YOU to join our faculty, students, and staff for our FALL  2013 Open House. You will have the opportunity to learn more about our 17 different graduate health professions and tour the campus. Click here to register!


  • White Coat Ceremony
    • Click to view - Save the Date flyer
    • The White Coat Ceremony takes place at the end of the first year in each of the programs in the College. The Ceremony is intended to celebrate the accomplishment of the completion of the first year's academic work and also to recognize the student's transition from learning in the academic setting to the clinical setting and providing direct patient care. The Ceremony culminates in the recitation of an interprofessional version of the Hippocratic Oath.
    • 2013 CHP White Coat Ceremony Slideshow



  • YWCA Empowerment Day for Girls
    • The YWCA Empowerment Day for Girls is a hands-on, educational event where over 100 middle school girls from the North Chicago, Waukegan, and Zion-Benton School Districts participate in a one-day conference that exposes them to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).  This event is a partnership between Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, the YWCA of Lake County, and the Lake County Regional Office of Education. Learn more about this event by reading the Empowerment Day for Girls article.
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