A Message from the President,
Dr. Clay McDonald
At Logan, our students are taught the principles of patient-centered health care. Our students, faculty and clinicians are challenged to improve patients’ health while making the health care system better for all patients.
When we assume this leadership role, the patient will benefit. As a leader in integrated health care, we ensure patients receive evidence-informed, whole-person care. We restore function, alleviate pain, promote wellness and provide patients with improved quality of life. That’s the Logan difference.
We invite you to explore our academic programs, which range from our undergraduate offerings to our flagship Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program, Doctorate of Health Professions Education, our innovative Master’s Degrees in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, and Nutrition and Human Performance and Health Informatics and our Bachelor's Degrees.
Discover life at Logan beyond the classroom. Our hands-on clinical instruction and collaborative training model places our students in real-world settings — trained to treat patients, work with health care partners and not-for-profit service organizations and lead an integrated health care system. Off campus, you’ll enjoy Chesterfield’s vibrant arts and parks and you’ll be minutes from downtown St. Louis attractions.
I invite you to visit campus today — I am confident you will see the Logan difference.
Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD
President, Logan University
About Dr. McDonald
Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD became the seventh president of Logan University in March 2013. Dr. McDonald has more than 20 years of experience as a senior administrator at chiropractic institutions and 30 years as a successful chiropractic practitioner. After graduating from Logan with his chiropractic degree in August 1982, Dr. McDonald spent eight years in Eureka, Montana, where he co-owned a multidisciplinary clinic that linked medical, chiropractic, physical therapy and mental health. Dr. McDonald earned his Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in healthcare administration from St. Ambrose University in 1997. He received his Juris Doctorate in 2001 from Valparaiso University School of Law with a Healthcare and Elder Law Certificate and Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate.
Dr. McDonald has participated in numerous accreditation activities through the Council on Chiropractic Education and was a CCE board/council member from 2005 to 2013. Currently, Dr. McDonald serves on the executive committee of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges and is a board member for the Spine Institute for Quality.