Allied Health Building
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Envision an 85,000 square foot building with floor-to-ceiling windows, letting in natural light. Hear the low hum of students talking and collaborating as they sit in study areas. Feel the bitewings on your tongue while your panoramic dental X-ray is taken. Take in the smell of antiseptics used to clean surgical and dental instruments. Feel your pulse race as the Emergency Services students simulate an emergency.
A new Allied Health building will allow students to collaborate, cooperate, and prepare for the future as never before. Imagine Davis Tech students in a building that’s big enough to match their dreams. You can help make this dream a reality.
After graduating from Davis Tech’s Allied Health programs, students launch life-saving careers in health-related science professions all over Utah. Industry leaders trust Davis Tech to produce qualified, skilled medical professionals who are prepared to navigate the challenges of the 21st century.
Despite the quality of Davis Tech’s programs, the College’s facilities are outdated, crowded, and inadequate to meet the needs. Davis Tech’s classrooms have exceeded capacity, dispersed both on and off campus, and struggle to match industry technology in classrooms that weren’t built for medical purposes. This situation will only worsen as the population grows, health care facilities expand, and industry demand increases.
33% of Davis Tech’s student population is enrolled in Allied Health programs. Utah projects a 31% increase in healthcare jobs within the next five years, and Davis County projects a 28% increase in population from 2010-2030.
The need is great and the time is now.