Campbell University Medical School partners with Southeastern Health

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1. Partnership AnnouncementCampbell University School of Southeastern HealthOsteopathic Medicineand The path for a new School of Osteopathic Medicine at Campbell University is an exciting one. In spring 2010, Campbells Board of Trustees commissioned Campbell University School of a feasibility study about the potential for a medical school. In fall 2010, the Board approved the creation of a medical school at Campbell. AOsteopathic Medicine groundbreaking ceremony was held on December 8, 2011, and Campbell will welcome more than 150 first-year medical students in August 2013. The focus of Campbells School of Osteopathic Medicine will be primary care training: family medicine, general surgery, OB/GYN, pediatrics, psychiatry, and other critical services, with an emphasis on underserved communities. Campbell medical students will also receive clinical training in numerous hospital systems across the state. Working Together to Train The total project cost will be in excess of $60 million. The regional economicNorth Carolinas Next Generation of Physicians impact of the medical school over its first ten years of operation will be $300 million and 1,158 new jobs. The MISSION of the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) is to educate and prepare community-based osteopathic physicians in a Christian environment to care for the rural and underserved populations in North Carolina, the Southeastern United States, and the nation. February 19, 2013 | 2:30 pmSoutheastern Regional Medical CenterMain LobbyLumberton, North CarolinaRobeson County 2. About Southeastern Health Southeastern Health, a non-profit organization, is a comprehensive health care system which offers a wide array of health care services through its affiliated divisions. Southeastern Health is accredited by The Joint Commission and has been designated as a Magnet organization. Southeastern Regional Medical Center, the hub of the organization, is licensed for 452 beds and offers aPartnership Announcement combination of acute care, intensive care and psychiatric services to more than 16,000 inpatients and 76,000 emergency patients annually. Services offered by February 19, 2013 | 2:30 pm Southeastern Health include: Southeastern Regional Medical Center Allergy/immunology GynecologyPediatrics Anesthesiology HematologyPhysical Medicine andWelcome Cardiology Internal Medicine Rehabilitation Joann AndersonCEO, Southeastern Health DermatologyMedical OncologyPlastic Surgery EndocrinologyNephrologyPodiatry Invocation Emergency Medicine Neurology PsychiatryDean Carter Ear, Nose and Throat Nuclear MedicinePulmonary MedicineCoordinator, Pastoral Care Services, Southeastern Health (Otolaryngology) ObstetricsRadiation Oncology Family PracticeOccupationalRadiologyThe Journey to Robeson County Gastroenterology MedicineRheumatologyDr. Jerry Wallace General and Vascular Ophthalmology UrologyPresident, Campbell University SurgeryOrthopedics Geriatrics Pathology Southeastern Health: Mission & ImpactFaye CatonAbout Campbell University & Chair, Southeastern Health Board of Trusteesthe School of Osteopathic Medicine Health Needs of the Region When the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine opensChairman Paul Brooks in August 2013, it will be the first new school of medicine in North Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina Carolina in over 35 years. The Mission of the Campbell University SchoolGolden LEAF Foundation Board of Directors of Osteopathic Medicine is to educate and prepare communitybased Model of Medical Education osteopathic physicians in a Christian environment to care for the rural and Dr. John Kauffman underserved populations in North Carolina, the Southeastern United States Dean, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine and the nation. The following values drive the medical schools faculty, staff and students: teamwork, leadership, professionalism, integrity, diversity, and Training the Next Generation of Physicians the ethical treatment of all humanity. Dr. Joseph Roberts President, Southeastern Health Medical Staff Campbell University began addressing health care issues in 1985 with the establishment of the nationally acclaimed School of Pharmacy, which wasServing the Underserved the first new pharmacy school founded in the United States in nearly 40Moses Carey, Jr. years. In addition to offering the Doctor of Pharmacy program, the schoolHealth Care Division Advisory Council offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Clinical Research andKate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Pharmaceutical Sciences. In 2009, the name was formally changed from the School of Pharmacy to the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences to provide Sealing the Partnership: Signing Agreement additional health science programs, including the newly established Physician Assistant program (2011), a Master of Public Health degree (2012) and a Concluding Remarks proposed Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (anticipated to begin 2014). Joann Anderson AdjournReception to follow