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Dr. Cohen elected president of Hawaii Public Health Association

Dr. Andrew Cohen
Dr. Andrew Cohen

Andrew C. Cohen, D.C., West ’04, was recently elected president of the Hawaii Public Health Association (HPHA) at its annual meeting in Honolulu. Dr. Cohen’s election marks the first time that a chiropractor has been appointed to the association’s board in its 61-year history. The HPHA is a multidisciplinary network of professional health organizations and coalitions in Hawaii.

“I see this as an opportunity to increase cooperation between the chiropractors in Hawaii and the public health community,” said Dr. Cohen. While maintaining a practice in Honolulu he also serves as secretary of the Hawaii State Chiropractic Association.

While attending Palmer’s West campus, Dr. Cohen was active in a variety of activities and organizations, including serving as national chair of the Student American Chiropractic Association. He was also student representative for the chiropractic chapter of the American Public Health Association.

Dr. Cohen’s father, Steven Cohen, D.C., is a 1978 graduate of Palmer’s Davenport campus.

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