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West Campus ‘Goes Well’ with San Jose

West Campus representatives at the GoWell! event included, from left, former clinician and chair of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce healthcare committee Bill Updyke, D.C.; Communications Specialist Chuck Bustillos; student Zach Branter; (partially obscured) Dean of Clinics Greg Snow, D.C., West ’90; Associate Professor Theresa Whitney, D.C., West ’95; Dean of Student Affairs William DuMonthier, D.C., Davenport ‘79; Professor Mehdi Moossavi, D.C., West ’92; student Kyle Alexander; Executive Assistant Lisa Davis; and SPEAK Club President David Cohodes.
Group of West Campus individuals at Palmer

For the second year in a row, Palmer’s West Campus served as a Wellness level sponsor of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce’s seventh GoWell! healthcare summit, Nov. 17.

The GoWell! Summit helps businesses implement wellness programs to lower healthcare costs and premiums.

Along with speaker presentations, this year’s conference allowed guests the opportunity to meet with representatives from various healthcare service and product providers during its health expo, including Palmer College which was represented by members of the West Campus SPEAK Club.

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