Health Care at Tuck
Students engage in health care focused activities outside of the classroom, lead and participate in the Health Care Club, and can work closely with the Center for Health Care as a Student Fellow.
Health Care Club
The Health Care Club is a student-run club dedicated to promoting interest in the intersection of health care and business by offering career-related activities and support to students. The Health Care Club organizes a variety of career-related activities including an industry insights program at the start of the recruiting season, a fall health care trek to visit health care companies and organizations, and peer-interview preparation and resume reviews. Learn more about our current Health Care Club Officers.
Center for Health Care Student Fellows Program
Center for Health Care Student Fellows are second-year students who work closely with faculty and staff to shape the health care activities on campus and serve as a resource for prospective students interested in health care at Tuck. In addition to completing a health care project, Center for Health Care Fellows have the opportunity to host visiting health care executives on campus, serve as advisers to the Center for Health Care, plan health care events, and serve as a representative of the Center for Health Care to the broader Tuck community. Learn more about our current Center for Health Care Fellows.
The Center for Health Care hosts the ongoing Uhrig Center for Health Care Speaker Series, dedicated to addressing pressing issues in health care. In addition, numerous health care experts visit campus regularly as visiting executives, guest lecturers and class visitors. Students are given unique access to meet with speakers through luncheons and one-on-one office hours.
In 2017, during the week of the presidential inauguration, Dartmouth College hosted a series of panel discussions to analyze what a Republican White House and Congress might mean for the U.S. and the world. One of the discussions covered Health Policy: The Future of the Affordable Care Act and Other Possible Changes to Health Policy. Watch the recorded panel session.
Tucks hosts a wide range of conferences each year. Conferences are open to all Tuck students and many include a diverse offering of speakers and panels, often including health care topics and speakers.
Case competitions provide students with an opportunity to apply business skills to real world issues in health care. The Center for Health Care supports students interested in entering case competitions focused on health care issues.