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When Allegheny pre-health student Gabby Izzo ’14 first visited 89-year-old military-service veteran Rudolph Bradick, she noticed he was confused about taking his medications, a potentially life-threatening issue.
Gabby, a member of Allegheny’s health coaching program – an innovative partnership among Allegheny, Meadville Medical Center and the hospital’s Community Care Network – regularly meets with Bradick and identified this challenge. She then worked with his health care providers from Meadville Medical Center to create a medication schedule he could easily follow.
Because of you, students are able to participate in unique off-campus experiences like health coaching that allow them to make a difference in their community and prepare them for the future. These life-changing opportunities would not be possible without your gifts to the Annual Fund. Please support students like Gabby with a gift to the Annual Fund today.