Fast Facts About the Campaign
- The College of Medicine is located on the Roseman University of Health Sciences Summerlin Campus, in the Ralph and Betty Engelstad Cancer Research Building.
- This College of Medicine is well-positioned among our aging populations and in proximity to many of our healthcare partners. It is also a beautiful, inspiring, and safe place to learn, discover and work. Our students will also be deployed into our community, learning the nuances of medical care in the distinctive populations of our neighborhoods.
- The College expects to enroll 64 students in its charter class and expand to 100 students per class as it matures.
- Roseman’s medical students will learn from the Southern Nevada community through neighborhood physician offices and health care clinics. Roseman students will learn the challenges and opportunities available to members of our community and gain insight into concerning public health issues. They will collaborate with community and health leaders to recommend courses of action to improve the targeted issues, thus improving the health of the individuals and the community.
- Partnerships with nonprofit organizations, healthcare providers and primary care physicians will further enable Roseman medical students to serve the community and residents in need. This component of our curriculum emphasizes the importance of our community in the learning of our medical students.
- Roseman Medical Group, the clinical practice of Roseman University College of Medicine, offers family medicine, neurology and pediatric nephrology. Currently, the Roseman Medical Group practice is located at the Spring Valley Medical Office building, adjacent to Spring Valley Hospital. The practice includes four Family Practice physicians, two neurologists, and one nurse practitioner specializing in psychiatry. The Roseman Medical Group offers residency program opportunities for Roseman medical students.
- Roseman’s COM is partnering with local hospitals to jointly develop residency positions in Nevada. Growing the number of residencies is imperative to meet the future healthcare needs of our state. With more residency positions, we will have a greater chance of matching our students with their desire to stay in state.
- In addition, Roseman has developed a family practice residency program in partnership with the Valley Health System, which enrolled its first class of residents in July 2019.