Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology President’s Welcome

I personally welcome you to Cambridge!

We are excited about your interest in being part of Cambridge and your desire to know more about our health care training school and our commitment to being the very best “student-centered” school for healthcare and related professions. We are extremely proud of our faculty, students and alumni. We would enjoy you visiting us soon, so you can experience the sense of our School’s values, tradition and by reviewing our many student successes.

Healthcare, nursing and its related fields are at a crossroads. The field’s shortage of professionals has forced schools to “think outside the box”, and explore different venues and technologies for meeting the challenges of today’s healthcare workforce. At Cambridge, we are committed to taking advantage of this technology and information revolution and structured our programs to meet the employment needs not only of our respective states where we have campuses, but also to address the national healthcare personnel shortage.

I promise each student that Cambridge is committed to your personal growth by teaching, nurturing and mentoring each of you.

Let’s continue to grow together!

Dr. Terrence LaPier
Chancellor, CEO & Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Knight

Please Note: I am personally committed to ‘Helping the Sick’ and have learned how to approach these demands through my Catholic Church’s Order of Malta involvement. Cambridge’s culture is engrained with Helping Others… That is what we do!

The Sovereign Military Order of Malta is one of the oldest institutions of Western and Christian civilization.  A lay religious order of the Catholic Church since 1113 and a subject of international law, the Sovereign Order of Malta has diplomatic relations with over 100 states and the European Union, and permanent observer status at the United Nations. It is neutral, impartial and apolitical.

Today, the Order of Malta is active in 120 countries caring for people in need through its medical, social and humanitarian works. Day-to-day, its broad spectrum of social projects provides a constant support for forgotten or excluded members of society. Knights and Dames assist in a broad number of Helping the Sick and Poor charitable projects financially and with their hands-on volunteer efforts in the United States of America. The Order of Malta is extremely active at hospitals, medical clinical sites, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, food banks and many other forgotten areas throughout the United States.

It is especially involved in people living in the midst of armed conflicts and natural disasters by providing medical assistance, caring for refugees, and distributing medicines and basic equipment for survival.