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Oklahoma news briefs for Nov. 27

Oklahoma news briefs for Nov. 27
Published: November 27, 2013

In Brief


Campus plans

holiday gala

Holiday celebrations will take place on the Weatherford campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University on Dec. 9, offered by the Weatherford Arts Council and SWOSU. Tuba Christmas begins at 6 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center. A holiday arts event will take place in the Art Building at 7 p.m., following the concert. The evening will feature art, poetry readings, live music and food. Both events are free. For more information, contact James South at (580) 774-7152 or

From Staff Reports


Health focus of program

The Heritage College campus in Oklahoma City is taking applications for its new hospital and health services management program. “Recent changes to health care administration in our country have created an increased need to train health care administrators,” said Heritage College Director Andrea Riley. The program prepares students to apply for employment with hospitals, medical offices, clinics, chiropractic offices, medical records offices, public health agencies, nursing homes, hospices, home health care, insurance providers and alternative wellness facilities. Students can choose between a brick-and-mortar course and a distance education format. For more information, call admissions at 631-3399.

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