As a college that requires research in every undergraduate major and offers challenging degrees in Biology, Psychology, and Environmental Science, SNC Tahoe leveraged its philosophy of hands-on learning to join UNR; UNLV; College of Southern Nevada; Great Basin College; Nevada State College; University of Nevada School of Medicine; Western Nevada College; and Truckee Meadows Community College in the project.
The School of Medicine's internal medicine multispecialty clinic office at 1500 E. Second Street, Suite 302 in Reno, previously part of the school's clinical practice group, has joined Renown Medical Group.
The residency, in partnership with the University of Nevada School of Medicine, will have 28 positions and surgery residents, post-graduate years one to four are expected to start in the program on June 27th of this year.
In addition, general surgery and urology residents from the University of California, Davis School of Medicine and medical students from the University of Nevada School of Medicine conduct clinical rounds in the hospital and outpatient clinics as part of their clinical training.
Jean Tobman's philanthropic endeavors included donating to the University of Nevada School of Medicine for an ongoing scholarship, according to the school. UNR’s medical school student lounge is named after the Tobmans.
By summer of 2017, the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Reno will have more local offerings for what are called clerkships, which students do in their third year, rotating through half a dozen specialties to figure out what they like best. In the past, students have had to leave the area for these opportunities.
"The biggest issue isn't that they can't get in to see somebody," said Assistant Dean of the University of Nevada school of medicine Gerald Ackerman. "Sometimes when I'm, sick I want to see a doctor tomorrow. Most of us don't see a doctor until we're sick."
When it comes endoscopy, gastroenterologists outperform surgeons in the eyes of the nurses and technicians who observe the procedures, according to a recent survey from researchers at the University of Nevada School of Medicine, in Las Vegas.
Dr. Shah earned his medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Cupecoy, St. Maarten before completing his internship and residency in Family Medicine at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina. He then completed his fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Las Vegas, Nevada
Carson Valley Medical Center and the Regional Public Health Partnership between Douglas County and Carson City Health and Human Services have partnered with the University of Nevada School of Medicine to develop a survey that will be available from April 4 – May 6, 2016.
Dr. Thomas L Schwenk wrote an editorial for the School of Medicine website about it and Susan Hill, also with the school, took some time with Dr. Schwenk to get into more detail about what this means and how the school is moving forward to increase it's research programs.