New Health Education Campus, a shared vision of Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic, encourages engagement and collaboration through virtual reality curriculum and interprofessional education.
Courtyard within the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus named in honor of former Cleveland Clinic CEO and president, Dr. Toby Cosgrove.
Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic open the first integrated Health Education Campus in the country.
The Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic is designed to facilitate innovative thinking about some of the most complex issues in healthcare.
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Students from Case Western Reserve University’s dental, medical, nursing and physician assistant schools will study together, simultaneously, on the new Health Education Campus.
Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic have collaborated on a state-of-the-future Health Education Campus to prepare students to lead in a new era of healthcare delivery.
Thanks to a very generous gift, the Health Education Campus — scheduled to open in summer 2019 — will be named the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion.
A new technology allows providers and students to move a holographic model of the body and peer into it from angles that even the most experienced surgeons can only see in their wildest dreams.
In just the past decade or two, healthcare has undergone tremendous change. We don’t expect it to let up. The change will continue, and it has forced us to rethink the way that we educate the next generation of doctors.