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Jeremy M Welsh

Associate Vice President/ Associate Provost

Dr. Jeremy M. Welsh serves as the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Associate Provost for Academic Strategy. This position is responsible and accountable for building consistent policies and practices for student recruitment and matriculation, focused on professional and graduate students. The Office of Academic Strategy serves as the hub for academic excellence and innovation, potential academic revenue generation, and exploration and incubation of new academic programs, working in partnership with College Deans and others.

Dr. Jeremy M. Welsh also serves as the Dean of the College of Medical Science and was the founder of the School of PA Medicine and the founder of the Doctor of Medical Science program. Dr. Welsh's primary responsibility is for growth, vision, innovation, and structure. During his tenure at UL Dr. Welsh has served as the Chief Innovation Officer, Executive Director of Innovation and Strategic Partnerships, Senior Associate Dean for the College of Health Sciences, and the Founding Chair of PA Medicine. He serves as a Medical Examiner in the region. Dr. Welsh is a native of Syracuse, N.Y. Prior to entering PA school, he worked as a firefighter and EMT for South Onondaga Fire Department.

Dr. Jeremy M. Welsh also serves as the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) as part of a community partnership with Community Access Network (CAN) The CAO at CAN develops, implements, and evaluates the overall clinical quality and delivery model in accordance with the goals of CAN. The CAO is responsible for promoting and implementing best teaching practices in clinical care.

Season 3: Episode 47 - Dr. Jeremy Welsh and the University of Lynchburg
Oct. 31, 2022

Season 3: Episode 47 - Dr. Jeremy Welsh and the University of Lynchbu…

We speak with Dr. Jeremy Welsh about the University of Lynchburg PA program and their post graduate doctoral program. Dr. Welsh shares his unique path to becoming a PA and his path to higher education leadership.

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