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Accepted into the Gardner-Webb University Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program in August 2015, Kelsey Nehrig and her husband moved to Boiling Springs, N.C., from Huntington Beach, Calif. She was impressed with the GWU program’s mission and values, and that clinical rotations included international missions’ opportunities. “I had interviewed at about eight programs across the U.S. GWU’s interviews were personal, welcoming and uplifting,” she shared. “My husband and I were a little unsure about moving, but we prayed about it and felt the Lord calling us to Boiling Springs.”
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Office of University Communications, "Alumna Appreciates Integration of Faith Into GWU Physician Assistant Studies Program" (2018). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 350.