GlobalHealth Education & Training service established to meet growing demand in healthcare

GlobalHealth Education & Training service established to meet growing demand in healthcare

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Dec 16 2009

Long-time healthcare education business owner, Deborah Kann Schwarzberg, has established GlobalHealth Education & Training®, a corporate training and degree-granting educational service. GlobalHealth was formed to respond to the growing demand for trained employees and management within the healthcare and ancillary industries to enhance their formal education and attain advanced degrees online. Schwarzberg has decades of healthcare and career education experience. The company she founded was sold this month, and she is building a new enterprise in healthcare degree-granting education.

In 2010, GlobalHealth anticipates that it will acquire a regionally accredited university to insource the educational content and enable clients and their employees to select specific modules, industry concentrations, programs and degrees, which are valuable to healthcare and medical services throughout the country. GlobalHealth brings relevance and workplace focus to all its curriculum design. In the interim, GlobalHealth provides nationwide educational services to the healthcare industry by acting as an intermediary between existing colleges and medical-related companies. GlobalHealth uses its expertise in the industry to tailor existing market offerings to the specific needs of healthcare corporations.

“GlobalHealth is positioned to target a rapidly growing demand for higher education for existing well-trained and educated healthcare employees,” said Schwarzberg. “With a world-class team, GlobalHealth offers opportunities to make a major difference as demand grows for healthcare managers and leaders to advance their careers.”

Schwarzberg was the Founder of MedVance Institute, a nine-year-old allied health technical school enterprise sold to Education Affiliates on December 15, 2009. Schwarzberg is also the Founder and President of the Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation, a 15-year-old not-for-profit organization based in West Palm Beach, Florida, providing K-12 sun safety curricula designed by the Foundation, called SunSmart America, in classrooms around the country.

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