We believe our country is facing a profound shortage in critical health care providers and Charter College is in a unique position to help alleviate those shortages.
Reno, NV (PRWEB) May 20, 2011
Michael Dawson, President and CEO of Charter College, LLC and its parent company Prospect Education, announced the appointment of Philip H. Lundberg, Ph. D. as Director of Advanced Health Care Programs.
Dr. Lundberg has served Charter College as President of the Charter College, Vancouver, WA Campus since late 2009.
In announcing the appointment, Mr. Dawson also announced Charter College’s entry into the delivery of advanced health care education programs, “We believe our country is facing a profound shortage in critical health care providers. Charter College is in a unique position to help alleviate those shortages. My vision for these campuses is that they will partner with small to midsized hospital chains. We will enter into partnerships with these hospital groups and build campuses around their locations. Doing so ensures primary clinical partnerships for the hospital based programs and provides the hospitals with a consistent source of well trained professionals.”
Speaking of Dr. Lundberg’s appointment, Mr. Dawson stated, “As a former hospital administrator and as an experienced education executive, Dr. Lundberg is uniquely qualified to lead this endeavor and develop broad based relationships with hospital management teams. He will begin immediately both developing programs and seeking collaborative arrangements with health care systems and providers.”
About Philip H. Lundberg, Ph. D.
Currently, Lundberg is serving as Director of Advanced Healthcare Programs for Charter College. Previously he served as President of Charter College, Vancouver, WA. Other significant professional milestones include serving as Director of Education for Mentor Graphics Corporation, Vice President and Campus Director for University of Phoenix, and CEO of Clearview Hospital. He holds Bachelor of Arts and Masters degrees from Arizona State University and a Ph.D. in organizational systems from Saybrook University, with a focus on change, motivation, culture, and high performing teams and organizations.
Born in California, and having lived in various places across the United States, Lundberg was primarily raised in Tempe, Arizona. Lundberg now lives with his wife, Rae, in West Linn, Oregon. They have four grown children and seven grandchildren. He is actively involved in his Church.
About Charter College
Charter College is a private, independent institution of higher education that follows a dramatically new direction. Charter is neither a liberal arts college, a university, nor a vocational school. Instead, Charter College borrows certain elements from each of those respected educational institutions to create a unique and innovative experience for our students. Charter College offers career-focused education in the growing fields of Health Care, Business, Criminal Justice and Information Technology and strive to provide our students, both young and old, with an education that’s both relevant in today’s workspace and cutting-edge in technology and focus. Charter College, with campuses in Alaska, Washington and California, is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools and certified by the Alaska Commission for Postsecondary Education and Washington State Higher Education Coordinating Board and Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board. Certificates, associate, and bachelor degrees are offered in health care, technology, criminal justice and business and accounting.