Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Campbell University
Program Area:
Special Programs Initiative
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The purpose of this grant is to provide funding to Campbell University to help establish North Carolina’s first school of osteopathic medicine. Funds would be applied toward equipment for the school’s Simulation and Anatomy Labs. Within four years the project is expected to create a minimum of 100 new jobs with an average salary of $98,271. The school will provide third and fourth year medical students training through partnerships with 15 community hospital systems in eastern North Carolina. The primary objective for the project is to increase the number of primary care physicians serving the rural areas of the state.

Mr. David Camps P.O. Box 3539 Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506 (910) 893-7600
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