Freed-Hardeman University’s Doctor of Behavioral Health graduates eligible to receive ceremonial pins


Freed-Hardeman University’s Doctor of Behavioral Health graduates are now eligible to receive the Arnold P. Gold Foundation’s “Keeping Healthcare Human” ceremonial pin when they graduate.
The nonprofit Arnold P. Gold Foundation champions the human connection in healthcare. They engage medical, nursing, and allied health programs/schools, health systems, companies, and individual clinicians in the joy and meaning of humanistic healthcare, so that patients and their families can be partners in collaborative, compassionate and scientifically excellent care.
The ceremonial pins feature the Gold Foundation’s logo surrounded by the words “Keeping Healthcare Human” to remind graduates of their commitment to treat patients with dignity and respect.
FHU’s Doctor of Behavioral Health degree program prepares current and future healthcare providers for a transforming behavioral health marketplace.
It is designed to produce graduates who have advanced clinical and executive leadership skills as well as business insight.
The program is directed by Dr. Michael Cravens.