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FHU Hosts Green at Ethics Colloquium

Henderson, Tenn. - Oct 06, 2015

Dr. Kelly Green, interventional cardiologist for the Jackson Clinic, spoke at a Freed-Hardeman University Ethics Colloquium Monday, October 5, beginning at 6:00pm. in Ayers Auditorium located in FHU’s Brown-Kopel Business Center. Green spoke to students and guests on the ethics of organ donation and transplants.

Green graduated from FHU in 1997 with a major in biology. He returned to the university from 2000-2002 to complete admission requirements for medical school. He received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 2007.

Green also holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Union University and worked as a nurse prior to becoming a physician. Since 1993, he has served in the Tennessee Air National Guard. Green has also participated in several medical mission campaigns. He and his family attend the Campbell Street Church of Christ in Jackson.

The Department of Biological, Physical and Human Sciences hosted the event in association with the Pre-Professional Health Arts Program. The program, directed by Dwina Willis, is designed to prepare students for careers in the health arts and help them meet admissions criteria for professional degrees. Ethics colloquiums are offered throughout the academic year to assist these students in preparation for the Medical College Admission Test.

For more information about the Pre-Professional Health Arts Program or upcoming ethics colloquiums, visit www.fhu.edu.