PNWU is hosting a free event for all Mini-Med students in the Yakima area

Calling all mini doctors, nurses, surgeons and beyond! Medical students at Pacific Northwest University are inviting the youngest members of the community to a free family event! Mini Med School!

Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 16, 2022

Where will the Mini-Med school take place?

The Pacific Northwest University campus is located at Butler-Haney Hall, 200 University Parkway Yakima, WA 98901.

What time is the Mini-Med school?

You can stop at any time between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

What’s going on at Mini-Med School?

  • Learn what makes you sick
  • What is CPR?
  • White Coat Photo Booth
  • Easter surprises

Masks will be required for indoor activities

If you would like more information or have any questions, please email [email protected]

PNWU is hosting a Mini-Med School event. This is geared towards elementary age and under. There will be various booths and activities for children to participate in. Hope to see you there!

What is Pacific Northwest University?

Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences is a private medical school in Yakima, Washington. Founded in 2005, the university’s inaugural program was the first new medical school to open in the Pacific Northwest in sixty years

One of the most amazing things about PNWU is that they train and graduate medical students who want to stay in the Pacific Northwest. Who want to help in our rural areas and who want to make a difference. Since the founding of the school, by local physicians I might add, they have continually expanded the medical fields in which they teach and consistently create and volunteer in the community.


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