About Us

Florida Site

Campus -Florida AnnexNational University's DC program is offered at St. Petersburg College, near the vibrant city of Tampa, Florida. Phases one and two of the program are taught at the Caruth Health Education Center and the nearby Annex, both located in Pinellas Park. Administrative offices are located at the Seminole campus.

View a video tour of the Annex building »
View a video tour of Caruth HEC building » 

 

Driving Directions to Annex

Florida site visits (except Visit Day) start at the Annex building.

Annex Building
6698 68th Ave. N
Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Find driving directions via Google Maps » 

From Northern Pinellas County

  1. Drive south on U.S. Route 19
  2. Take the exit for 66th St./St Pete Beach and bear right
  3. Continue south on 66th St., cross Park Blvd. (74th Ave.), intersection
  4. Continue on south on 66th St., make a right onto 68th Ave N (Aldi's on the corner)
  5. SPC Annex is on left, 4-story building with blue trim. Student Services is on first floor.

From Southern Pinellas County

  1. Drive north on 66th St N
  2. Make a left on to 68th Ave N (Aldi's is on the corner)
  3. SPC Annex is first 4-story building on the right. Student Services is on the first floor.

From Tampa

  1. Drive west on Howard Franklin Bridge
  2. Take the exit for Ulmerton Road (SR 688)
  3. Turn left (south) at 66th St. N
  4. Continue south on 66th St.N, cross Park Blvd. (74th Ave.) intersection
  5. Continue on south on 66th St. N, make a right onto 68th Ave N (Aldi's on the corner)
  6. SPC Annex is on left, 4-story building with blue trim. Student Services is on first floor.

Directions to Caruth Health Education Center

Parking is free and available anywhere around the building. 

Caruth Health Education Center
7200 66th St. N
Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Find driving directions via Google Maps » 

From Northern Pinellas County

  1. Drive south on U.S. Route 19
  2. Take the exit for 66th St. / St. Pete Beach and bear right
  3. Continue south on 66th St. to Park Blvd. (74th Ave.)
  4. Health Education Center building is on the southwest (right) corner of Park Blvd. and 66th St.
  5. Continue through the intersection to find the entrance, about half way down the block

From Southern Pinellas County

  1. Drive north on 66th St.
  2. Health Education Center building is on the southwest (left) corner of Park Blvd. and 66th St.
  3. Just past the 70thg Ave. N intersection, turn left into the campus entrance

From Tampa

  1. Drive west on Howard Frankland Bridge
  2. Take the exit for Ulmerton Road (SR 688)
  3. Turn left (south) at 66th St.
  4. Continue on 66th St. to Park Blvd. (74th Ave.)
  5. Health Education Center building is on the southwest (right) corner of Park Blvd. and 66th St.
  6. Continue through the intersection to find the entrance, about half way down the block

Other Campus Buildings

University Partnership Center (administrative offices)
9200 113th St. N
Seminole, FL, 33772 

Parking

The parking policy at our Florida location is administered by St. Petersburg College. Visitors to the Caruth Health Education Center or the Annex can park in any space not already designated as faculty/staff or clinic parking. There is no visitor tag required for parking. 

Virtual Tour

Explore buildings, classrooms and other areas of our Florida site from the comfort of your home by viewing our virtual tour.

Video Tour

Explore the Annex building and the Caruth Health Education Center building at our Florida site in two video tours with Dr. Joseph Stiefel, President of National University of Health Sciences.

St. Petersburg, FL

Along with beautiful beaches, St. Petersburg attracts visitors to the Salvador Dali Museum, Fort De Soto Park and the St. Petersburg Pier. This mid-size city offers an upbeat downtown area with cafes and galleries, and lovely bay views from downtown. There are festivals and events planned for almost every weekend, and endless opportunities for outdoor fun and water sports. Learn more »

St Pete - MarinaPaddle boats in a St. Petersburg, FL marina.

Tampa, FL

Tampa is a large city and a gulf coast transportation hub boasting three regional airports and one international airport. It offers all the entertainment, culture and sophistication that you would expect in a major metropolitan area. Tampa has stellar family attractions such as Busch Gardens, as well as the Florida Aquarium with more than 10,000 aquatic plants and animals. Florida's largest inlet, Tampa Bay, separates the sister cities of Tampa and St. Petersburg.  

  • Culture - Tampa has a rich history and cultural heritage, evident in the Cuban-influenced district of Ybor City. You'll find the Cuban influence in the city's many restaurants, cigar shops, a coffee-roasting plant, and lively Latin festivals. Be sure to visit Tampa's Henry Plant Museum and February's "Gasparilla Pirate Festival," for an experience unique to Tampa.
  • Sports and Recreation - Tampa Bay boasts three professional sports teams, including the Buccaneers (NFL), the Lightening (NHL), and the Rays (MLB), and a host of minor league sports clubs. For outdoor enthusiasts, the Tampa Bay area and its many beaches offer boating, water sports, fishing, diving, and more.

Tampa - Downtown
A view of downtown Tampa.

Events