Dr. Jeremy Welsh, DHSc, JD, PA-C, CEL, DFAAPA
Jeremy has worked at the University of Lynchburg since 2013 and currently serves as the Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs and Associate Provost of Academic Strategy, along with serving as the Dean of the College of Medical Science. He is the founding creator and program director for the innovative Doctor of Medical Science, DMSc, program.
Welsh has worked in many roles throughout his career, most of which have been focused on improving patient care and using the workforce more effectively. Welsh has completed his doctoral work in organizational behavior and leadership and additional education at Cornell University in executive leadership, Harvard Kennedy School in crisis leadership, and MIT Management Sloan School in corporate innovation. Welsh also serves as the chief academic officer at the Community Access Network as part of a partnership with the University. He serves as a medical examiner in the region.
He's has traveled to the Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, India, Nicaragua, Haiti and Mexico to serve on humanitarian medical trips.. Welsh is a native of Syracuse, New York, and worked in emergency medicine and as a firefighter/EMT for South Onondaga Fire Department. Go back