GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN ARIZONA: GROWING THE PHYSICIAN PIPELINE

Date/Time
Date(s) - 24 Apr 2012 until 24 Apr 2012
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location
Virginia G. Piper Auditorium, Biomedical Campus


Join our community to hear the results of a special report on Graduate Medical Education in Arizona: Growing the Physcian Pipeline.

A Collaborative Project of St. Luke’s Health Initiatives, Greater Valley Health Education Center and the Arizona Chamber Foundation.

DATE:      Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

                                         TIME:       10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

                                         PLACE:     University of Arizona

                                                                Phoenix Medical School Auditorium

                                                                550 E Van Buren Street

                                                                Phoenix, Arizona 85004

                          RSVP:           By Tuesday, April 17th

www.azchamber.com

This event is being offered free of charge.

All guests are invited to join a tour of the Medical School immediately following the program.

Expert Panel to Discuss Research Results, Recommendations

The  Arizona Chamber Foundation, Greater Valley AHEC, and St. Luke’s Health  Initiatives on Tuesday, April 24th will announce the results of a  comprehensive report on graduate medical education in Arizona during an  event at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.

 Following the  announcement of the report’s findings and recommendations, a panel of  experts will discuss ways to support physician residency programs in  Arizona.

The event takes place at the University of Arizona College  of Medicine – Phoenix and the program begins at 10:00 AM.

WHO:        Panelists:

Dr.  Michael Whitcomb, Flinn Foundation

Dr. Doug Campos-Outcalt, University of Arizona  College of Medicine – Phoenix

Dr. Tom McWilliams, A.T. Still University

Dr. Mike Grossman, University of Arizona College of   Medicine-Phoenix/Maricopa         Integrated Health System

Dr. Lori Kemper, Midwestern University

 

Members of the media, please RSVP to Chris McIsaac at cmcisaac@azchamberfoundation.org.

 

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