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UT medical school looking at expansion

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  UTHSC assistant dean Jessica Wells said … the number of residents at Saint Thomas Health hospitals is expected to increase from about 32 to about 200 over the next three year.  


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UT medical school looking at expansion

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The aim is a satellite campus in Nashville in partnership with Saint Thomas Health that would be called UT Health Science Center Nashville Campus.


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UT medical school looking at expansion

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The Tennessean reports UTHSC Chancellor Steve J. Schwab said in a statement that the institution, which is based in Memphis, is eyeing “a major construction project” that would bring allow it to attract more medical students to Middle Tennessee.  


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UT medical school looking at expansion

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Jessica Wells, vice president for medical education and research for Saint Thomas Health and an assistant dean for graduate medical education at UTHSC, said the training program would serve aspiring doctors and dentists, advanced practice nurses and other health providers.


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UT medical school looking at expansion

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The aim is a satellite campus in Nashville in partnership with Saint Thomas Health that would be called UT Health Science Center Nashville Campus.  


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Intensive Management Lengthens Lifespan in Type 1 Diabetes mellitus, Dr. Dagogo-Jack says

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“Across the board, individuals who had better glucose control due to intensive therapy had increased survival,” Dagogo-Jack said.


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UT: New Nashville health science center won’t hurt Memphis campus

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“Our strategy isn’t to dilute anything that we do here in Memphis at all,’’ he said. “As a matter of fact, we see this as a wonderful opportunity to increase our complement (of new students) because now we’re in another arena where we can play.”


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Editorial: Plans for UT health science center in Nashville should concern Memphians

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Maybe we are just paranoid, but news that the University of Tennessee plans to establish a health science center in Nashville should worry Memphians.