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The practice area was noted to be traditionally underserved by local health providers. A goal of 25 percent of the clinic’s services were designed for patients who were likely to postpone preventative and regular primary care. The goal for students who rotate through the practice was to promote interdisciplinary learning and community involvement. Within the partnership are three separate entities, all with connections to the university and designed to provide certain key elements to the practice.
Providing excellent clinical care to hospitalized patients as well as patients in the outpatient setting is also a priority. Academic medical centers are affiliated with large hospital systems that provide a training ground for students. In addition to onsite training within the medical center, satellite clinics and hospital experiences outside of the core facility exist. These experiences allow students to experience health care in a variety of settings to broaden their exposure and strengthen their training.