Health pavilion begins at school

Students will have the opportunity to work with doctors or psychologists as they help patients or conduct research when the University of Indianapolis completes construction of a new building for its health programs.

The southside private university is beginning construction this month on the $28 million health pavilion, which will become a new home for health and wellness programs. More than half of the university’s 5,400 students are studying health fields including nursing, physical and occupational therapy, athletic training, kinesiology, psychological services and social work.


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