September 27, 2011

ASU, Mayo Clinic team up on medical school

Posted: Sep 27, 2011 | 3 min 28 sec

ASU and the Mayo Clinic will team up to form the Mayo Medical School - The Arizona Campus.

The expansion signals Mayo’s continued commitment to enhancing its national and international leadership in patient-centered academic excellence. It will provide Mayo with a platform to continue to redefine the field of medical education, training the medical professional workforce of tomorrow in team-based, high quality and affordable care for patients across a broad demographic.

The Mayo Medical School – Arizona Campus will include a key collaboration with Arizona State University. A major differentiating feature at this new branch of Mayo Medical School: all students will complete a specialized master’s degree in the Science of Health Care Delivery granted by ASU, concurrently with their medical degree from Mayo Medical School, believed to be the first medical school to offer such a program.

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