Become a Touro Nevada Preceptor

Preceptors play a vital role for our students in the Osteopathic Medicine, Nursing, Physician Assistant Studies, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy programs. The clinical setting synthesizes concepts and application of principles for quality health care delivery. Students work closely with preceptors, progressively developing the skills and clinical judgment necessary. Share your knowledge and skills with students and help students apply classroom knowledge and concepts to real-world situations.

Benefits of Being a Preceptor

Why Become a Preceptor

Preceptors share their experiences mentoring students from Touro University Nevada programs.

Hear From Our Preceptors
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“The benefits I get from precepting have been just personal satisfaction knowing that I’m helping mold the students into good providers.”

Bob J. Vadovic APRN, Health Care Partners

Preceptor Interest Form

Interested in becoming a preceptor? Fill out the form and our preceptor staff will get in touch with you. 

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Contacts for Preceptors

Joseph Hardy

Joseph Hardy, MD

COM Clinical Education

Associate Dean of Clinical Education

jhardy2@touro.edu
(702) 777-3202

Mandy Moor

Mandy Moor, MA

School of Physician Assistant Studies

Assistant Director of Clinical Education

mmoor@touro.edu
(702) 777-4757

Taylor Hough

Taylor Hough, PhD, MHA

School of Physician Assistant Studies

Director of Clinical Education, Associate Professor

though@touro.edu
(702) 777-4792

Gretchen Haase

Gretchen Haase, PT, DPT, CSCS

School of Physical Therapy

Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor

ghaase@touro.edu
(702) 777-3062

Christine Cecchini

Christine Cecchini

School of Nursing

Practicum Placement Specialist

ccecchin@touro.edu
(702) 777-1737

Linda C Frasier

Linda C Frasier, OTD, OTR/L, CLT, CEAS, CAPS

School of Occupational Therapy

Associate Professor & Academic Fieldwork Coordinator

lfrasier@touro.edu
(702) 777-3156