The Mayo Clinic School of Medicine — Arizona campus launches in Scottsdale


A view of the inaugural class at The Mayo Clinic School of Medicine — Arizona Campus in Scottsdale. /Submitted photo

Scottsdale Independent

The Mayo Clinic School of Medicine — Arizona Campus has opened its doors to an inaugural class of 50 first-year medical students. This pursuit by the Mayo Clinic, which has been six years in the making, expands one of the most highly sought-after, affordable medical schools in the country to the Valley of the Sun.

The inaugural class of 50 students was chosen from more than 3,000 applicants to the new campus. By 2020, Mayo’s four-year training program in Scottsdale will mushroom to 200 medical students — doubling the overall size of the national medical school, which also has locations at Mayo Clinic campuses in Rochester, Minnesota, and Jacksonville, Florida, according to a press release.

To facilitate the new medical school, Mayo Clinic redesigned an existing building on its Scottsdale campus into a state-of-the-art learning facility, complete with high-tech classrooms, modern small-group and team study spaces, student lounge, simulation training-style exam rooms and a technology-enhanced anatomy lab, the release states.

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