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Health Professions

We are about building a supportive and caring community as we explore different career options in healthcare and public health arena. Through a wide variety of activities you will connect with your classmates, classes, campus, community and careers. Live and learn with others focused on improving the health of our community and nation.

Why Should You Apply

Come join the Health Professions LLC, make new friends, connect with people taking the same classes, investigate different health-related career opportunities, explore Boise and expand your network.

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Community Events

HPC students have the unique opportunity to step inside an Air St. Luke’s Maternal-Child Transport Ambulance, as pictured above. Visit the College of Health Sciences website for more information on this experience.

Other traditional HPC community events include: Boise river float, cadaver lab tour at Idaho State University, corn maze, pumpkin carving, soup mug decorating, Soup Sundays, Friendsgiving, movie night, bike ride, and community service.

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Curriculum

Speakers from and tours of different health related majors, informational interview, community service & presentation, resume review, cadaver tour, research and present on different types of health care careers.

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Faculty

  • Dr. Max Veltman

    Faculty-in-Residence, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing 

    Max has been teaching at Boise State since 2007. He is currently the Clinical Coordinator for the Pre Licensure program in the School of Nursing. He also teaches Pediatric Nursing in the curriculum as well as maintaining an active clinical practice as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at a School Based Health Center in Marsing Idaho.  His current research involves working with children involved in the child welfare system who have significant health issues and child fatality review(s) and investigations.  Prior to his academic career Max had the opportunity to work in various areas of pediatric nursing including intensive care, emergency and urgent care and pediatric oncology.

    Contact Dr. Veltman: maximilianveltman@boisestate.edu.

    Max has been teaching at Boise State since 2007. He is currently the Clinical Coordinator for the Pre Licensure program in the School of Nursing. He also teaches Pediatric Nursing in the curriculum as well as maintaining an active clinical practice as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at a School Based Health Center in Marsing Idaho.  His current research involves working with children involved in the child welfare system who have significant health issues and child fatality review(s) and investigations.  Prior to his academic career Max had the opportunity to work in various areas of pediatric nursing including intensive care, emergency and urgent care and pediatric oncology.

    Contact Dr. Veltman: maximilianveltman@boisestate.edu.