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Edison Opens Troy Location

TROY — Edison State Community College held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of its newest campus in Troy.

From the August 29, 2019 edition of The Early Bird

By Aimee Hancock

TROY — Edison State Community College held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of its newest campus in Troy.

Located at 859 W. Market St., the new campus was established to meet the needs of the growing healthcare industry, and according to Edison State President Dr. Doreen Larson, is positioned to be the center of healthcare education and training for the Upper Miami Valley.

“Expanding the pipeline of highly skilled healthcare workers is critical to the success of the regional economy and essential to the quality of life for families in Upper Miami Valley and the greater Dayton areas,” Larson said.

Prior to the ribbon cutting Wednesday, Larson addressed attendees, welcoming them and noting that input from the public is welcomed and necessary to the growth of the school.

“It is our goal to respond to those needs; we are here to listen,” she said. “We have a great start here with our healthcare corps, but there is room to grown and add other programs. As you have ideas about what those should be, we would like to hear them.”

Career pathways featured at the Troy campus range from a short-term technical certificate in phlebotomy, a one-year certificate in medical assisting, to an associate’s degree in physical therapy assisting. At the request of the city of Troy, Edison State will also provide EMT/paramedic course programming to Troy firefighters at this site.

Through a partnership with Franklin University, students can also achieve a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration and other advanced transfer degrees on site in Troy and through distance learning options......

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