A concierge experience
Jacobs connects the program’s ongoing success to how much students value their unique education and training opportunities in Windsor.
“Training amidst a socio-economically diverse patient population, Essex provides an exceptional clinical learning opportunity for students,” said Jacobs.
So too, is being able to get one-on-one attention and build strong relationships with peers, faculty and staff.
“Our students get what I call a concierge experience, with a lot of one-on-one attention both in the hospital wards and in the classroom,” said Jacobs. “It’s a really tight family-like atmosphere coming from the staff on campus, and the faculty. With 38 students per year, it’s easy for us to get to know them as people, not just as students.”
“We’ve really cemented ourselves as a strong pillar in this community. This is a great time to be involved in health education,” he said.