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Ross University School of Medicine Succeeds Where Others Fall Short, According to Standards Established in New Report
Date:3/23/2009

According to a new report, the United States is in dire need of more physicians. But while U.S. medical schools are working to rectify the problem, the report points out that the issue cannot be solved simply by increasing the number of schools or expanding existing schools. For more than 30 years, Ross University School of Medicine has been providing qualified students, who show the commitment and determination to successfully complete the rigors of a medical education, the opportunity to attend medical school and become physicians.

North Brunswick, NJ (PRWEB) March 23, 2009 -- According to a new report sponsored by the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, the United States is in dire need of more physicians. But while U.S. medical schools are working to rectify the problem, the report points out that the issue cannot be solved simply by increasing the number of schools or expanding existing schools.

"What medical education needs to recognize is that it has a fundamental social mission to train future physicians for a rapidly changing healthcare system that seeks different competencies than in the past," says George Thibault, MD, president of the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation.

For more than 30 years, Ross University School of Medicine has educated qualified students who show the commitment and determination to submit to the rigors of a medical education with the goal of becoming physicians serving their communities. Nearly two-thirds of Ross graduates--64 percent--choose to pursue careers in primary care.

The report, "Revisiting the Medical School Educational Mission at a Time of Great Expansion," highlights several areas on which the Foundation believes that medical schools should be focusing. Ross University is addressing each of the identified areas by:


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