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Phlebotomist Ann Bolinger takes a photo Thursday of the classroom plan for a new doctor of physical therapy program at Parkview's Randallia campus. The program is a collaboration between Trine University's School of Health Science and Parkview Health.

Trine, Parkview announce physical therapy doctorate

Parkview Health and Trine University officials today announced details of a new doctor of physical therapy program the Angola university will launch next fall.

Earl Brooks II, Trine’s president, thanked the Fort Wayne-based health care provider for agreeing to host doctoral classes at Parkview’s Randallia campus, 1819 Carew St.

The facility has been renovated to include state-of-the-art anatomy labs, clinical labs and classrooms. Study areas, dining options and parking will also be available.

“The partnership of Parkview Health and Trine’s School of Health Studies affords our students professional, clinical experiences and internships,” Brooks said in a statement.

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