When Luke Stultz, ‘18, ‘20, was a student-athlete, he learned fundamental skills that he uses daily in his professional life. He learned time management, discipline, the ability to take criticism, and self-accountability from his time on the MAC baseball team and his professors. Now, as a physical therapist assistant at ProCare Physical Therapy, Luke says he uses these skills and the knowledge he learned in Mount Aloysius’ Leadership in Healthcare program to succeed.
“The leadership in healthcare program provided me with a business background,” Luke said. “I’ve always been interested in administration and other leadership roles, and this path gave me many tools I will be able to use in my career.”
Among his many responsibilities as a physical therapist assistant, Luke handles data production, documentation, and communicating with health insurance companies.
He’s not quite sure where his future will take him, but he’s currently considering continuing his education or trying to get into healthcare administration.
“I love healthcare, and I plan on having a long and successful career within the health sector.”