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Your Academic Partner in Education and Research

As healthcare grows more complex, even highly skilled clinicians need to gain new skills so that their organizations can thrive. We want to partner with you to help you gain a more ready workforce, close the skills gap on your team, meet the next generation of clinicians, and develop the leaders who will steer your organization into the future.

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CHI Health is Creighton University’s primary clinical affiliate. Our health sciences students get an outstanding experiential education in CHI Health facilities. This partnership has also opened the door to collaboration that combines academic and clinical expertise to accelerate research advances. 

In Arizona, the University is proud to be part of the Creighton University Arizona Health Education Alliance, which connects us with Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS), and District Medical Group, Inc. (DMG), in an effort to help meet the demand for clinical professionals in the state. 

We also work with dozens of organizations across the U.S. and beyond to provide high-quality continuing medical education (CME) through our unique joint accreditation. See our current continuing education offerings here.

Health care leadership student raising her hand

As an extension of our century-long commitment to health sciences education, we train clinical professionals and healthcare administrators to reach their potential as leaders. Top organizations, including Children’s Physicians, trust us to educate their teams.

From day-long seminars to intensive leadership development and executive education, we have, or can create, programs to help meet your organization’s goals. Learn more about these programs or contact us to learn how we can customize them for your team.

Pharmacy students with preceptor

Introduce your organization to health professionals in training by becoming a clinical education site. We are always looking for new sites for our students to experience. Preceptors consistently rate our students highly and express a desire to host students again. 

We also work with organizations across the U.S. and beyond on research in areas such as osteoporosis, neurology, hereditary cancer, translational sciences and more. Contact us to see how we can combine our complementary areas of expertise.

Fire dept EMS carrying a young girl during a disaster training exercise

Creighton University has been providing EMS education since 1974. Our comprehensive offerings include an online Master of Science in EMS, an Associate degree in EMS, and Paramedic and Critical Care Paramedic Certificates, including online options.

We work with organizations from volunteer emergency departments to regional service providers to meet their unique needs where they are. Current partnerships include:

  • King Saud University in Saudi Arabia, which sends students to Creighton for an immersive clinical and cultural experience
  • Advanced Medical Transport of Central Illinois utilizes our critical care component and online convenience
  • Custom partnerships with rural communities throughout Nebraska, bringing the coursework to the community

Let us work with your team to provide the training they need to be ready. Contact us to get started.

Creighton University EMS Education is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions.

If you want to train a team in the basics of collaborative care, we can help. With Creighton, participants will learn from experienced clinical educators who are recognized leaders in collaborative care and interprofessional education. Creighton’s Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER) facilitates collaborative care training. For more information, email or call 402.280.4141.

CIPER also offers self-paced online training courses that focus on core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice. Learn more about Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: What You Need to Know (IPE 003) and Introduction to Collaborative Car for Educators and Clinicians (IPE 004).

Creighton’s nursing program has a great reputation, so I wanted to see if we could partner in a program in Phoenix. Creighton graduates well-educated and well-prepared nurses, and we wanted to be a part of that.
— Patty White, Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center’s president and CEO