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2007 Annual Report The University of Nevada School of Medicine, or How to grow a medical school with limited resources. Overview. Where is UNSoM in comparison to peers? What do we aspire to be? What challenges do we face and how do we prepare ourselves? Questions.
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To reach the bottom of the 2nd Quartile will require us to triple grant funding
$3.73 million are generated by faculty over the age of 60
Chief of staff – Ann Mischissin
Chief operating officer – Blain Claypool
Chief financial officer – Jean Regan
Chief counsel – Thomas J. Ray
Associate Dean for GME – Miriam Bar-on
Communications Director – Mark Levine
Director Medical Library & IT Services – Jim Curtis
Director of Clinical IT – Jon Goetz
Director of Development – Stefanie Scoppettone
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Las Vegas – Paul Stumpf
Internal Medicine, Las Vegas – Daniel M. Goodenberger
Pediatrics, Reno – Nevin Wilson
Emergency Medicine – Dale Carrison
Family Medicine, Las Vegas – Elissa Palmer
Family Medicine, Reno – Daniel Spogen
Mojave Mental Health – Coni Kalinowski (Medical Director)
Pediatric Surgery, Las Vegas – Dr. John Gosche
Endoscopic Bariatric Surgery, Las Vegas – Dr. James Lau
Nevada Neurologic Consultants merger with UNSoM, Las Vegas
Expanded subspecialty programs in internal medicine, Reno
Sports medicine fellowship in family and community medicine in Reno and Las Vegas
Clinical practice revenue is an increasingly important revenue source
A two-part article in Tuesday's issue of The Oregonian reports that:
“Oregon Health & Science University's losses on laboratory research and doctor education are growing far faster than anticipated and are projected to reach $50 million this year.”
Those losses mean tough choices for the university, which has ambitious plans to treat more patients, expand its scientific research and build a world-class medical school that will train new doctors for Oregon. The article further reports that OHSU President Joe Robertson told the paper "that the university has sufficient resources for the next 20 months, but that its current financial course is 'not sustainable.' Robertson declined to speculate how the university might address the growing losses or say whether cost-cutting alone could close the gap."
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