For some, entrepreneurs are inventors or champions of technology, whose new ideas transform the world in radical ways, and entrepreneurship education (EE) is a way of promoting and stimulating the qualities those individuals have. This view of entrepreneurship is one we have encountered many times in our teaching practice, where entrepreneurship is often synonymous with starting a business. For others, EE falls under a broader definition of entrepreneurship and does not necessarily focus on starting a new business but is an activity focused on creativity and the development of one’s own practice. This view resonates more with our own view of entrepreneurship and is in focus in this chapter, where we share how we endeavour to integrate a broad view of entrepreneurship and healthcare entrepreneuring in a course on service innovation within healthcare.