Rethink Medicine College of Medicine
Roseman University College of Medicine will educate competent, caring and ethical physicians; conduct biomedical, translational, and clinical research that advances solutions to the healthcare needs of the communities we serve; and provide high-quality, patient-centered care and service.
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Roseman Medical Group
Roseman Medical Group, the clinical practice of Roseman University College of Medicine offers family medicine, neurology and pediatric nephrologyLearn More
As the State of Nevada continues to grow, so does the need to build a strong and vibrant medical community to support the health and quality of life of the people who call our state home.
We need to provide both our well and sick neighbors with the comfort of a locally-based, talented, compassionate and highly qualified medical partner. While we have made strides in our state to address the need for physicians in primary care and all specialties, we have more work to do. Roseman University’s College of Medicine is another important part of the solution.
Roseman University’s College of Medicine will address the challenges our state faces now, and into the future. It will add to the undergraduate and graduate medical education infrastructure of Nevada to educate competent, caring and ethical physicians, conduct biomedical, translational and clinical research that advances solutions to the healthcare challenges in our communities, and provide access to high-quality, patient-centered care and service in our neighborhoods.
Please note that because the college is currently pursuing accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), only limited information regarding the program can currently be shared. The college cannot publish admission requirements, nor consider any applicants to the program at this time.
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