Medical Facilities of America is dedicated to our students' success and wants to highlight students for their efforts! MFA has selected Meaghan Dullea as the Student of the Month for February.
Name: Meaghan Dullea
Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
Undergraduate degree and school: Exercise Science, VCU
What her professors are saying about her:
"Meaghan Dullea has always been a hard working student, but this semester she has demonstrated an increased amount of engagement in her learning. She is well prepared for class, is interactive in class, and is always willing to volunteer as a subject for in-class demonstrations. Meaghan also takes the time to seek out instructors individually outside of class, not just to get an answer to a question, but to really make sure she understands the concepts that are needed to be the excellent clinician she is striving to become.
This past month, Meaghan was the key student involved in planning LC DPT’s first alumni dinner at the American Physical Therapy Associations Combined Sections Meeting in Indianapolis. She planned an excellent event that over 75 people attended. Meaghan’s leadership and willingness to help her school and her fellow DPT colleagues reveals the strong character she has as a person and as a future leader in the profession of physical therapy. “
- Stephen W. Elam, PT, DPT, GCS, OCS, CLT, Assistant Professor
What sparked your interest in physical therapy?
I grew up playing sports and always knew I wanted to have a job that kept me active and that I could have the opportunity to grow in.
What's the most exciting part of the DPT program?
All the professors are awesome. They know so much and are willing to do anything to help us reach our goals.
What do you hope to do with your degree?
I'd like to specialize. Right now I'm interested in women's health or sports physical therapy, but I'm sure that's subject to change as we learn more.
What are some of your hobbies?
Reading (not textbooks), watching movies, hiking and being active, traveling.
What is your favorite quote?
"Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!" - Dr. Seuss