OU, Cleveland Clinic announce new medical school campus
Ohio University and the Cleveland Clinic announced Monday that they have agreed to develop a $49.1 million medical-school campus to help fill a growing need for primary-care doctors in northeast Ohio. Ohio University will contribute $36 million towards the "extension campus" that will be at the Cleveland Clinic's South Pointe Hospital, a 179-bed acute-care community teaching hospital that has served the city's southeast suburbs since 1957, officials said at a news conference. The Cleveland campus is expected to open with 32 students in July 2015.
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