The Worcester Telegram and Gazette applauds UMass Medical School in a June 5 editorial, recognizing the critical role UMMS plays in developing primary care physicians as the nation deals with a shortage in the field. "The University of Massachusetts Medical School has been part of the solution since it opened in Worcester, using tuition incentives and other means to steer medical students into primary care,” the editors wrote. “The school held its graduation Sunday, sending 54 percent of its new MDs into residency programs in internal medicine, family medicine or pediatrics. Read the complete story.
Thanks to all who joined us at the School of Medicine Reunion on May 4th, 2013!