Campbell University Promotion Signals Future Growth in Health Sciences

Campbell University announced Thursday that Ronald Maddox, PharmD, Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, has been appointed to the new position of Vice President for Health Programs. He will remain Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Dr. Maddox joined the university in 1985 in order to establish the School of Pharmacy.

“He is well qualified to lead in administering the current programs and in planning and implementing future development of health care programs including the College of Osteopathic Medicine,” Campbell University President Jerry Wallace said.

“Health Sciences is a significant direction of the university, with major growth and development ahead,” said Dwaine Greene, Vice President for Academic Affairs. “We look forward to continuing the strength of our pharmacy programs, adding a Physician Assistant program in the fall of 2011, and planning other programs for the near future, beginning with Osteopathic Medicine.”


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  • Robert Hollingsworth, DHSc,PA-C

    Just what we need…another expensive private PA program in North Carolina. Does anyone realize that the only public affordable program in our state is at ECU.We desperately need another public program that can produce the PA’s we need, not another course that costs a student in excess of 100K for a two year program.
    Bowman Gray…private
    Now Campbell…private
    (Did I leave anyone out??)
    East Carolina…public