ACNC / StorTrends Helps Move CSU to the Head of the Class

This past summer, Cleveland State University officially opened its Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, a $47.5 million state-of-the-art facility designed to foster a new era of interprofessional health care education. The 100,000-square-foot structure serves programs from the CSU School of Health Sciences and the CSU School of Nursing in addition to the NEOMED-CSU Partnership for Urban Health, an innovative collaboration that establishes the first public medical school presence in the city of Cleveland and offers a program that prepares physicians to practice in urban settings. The building includes simulation labs, occupational therapy and physical therapy training rooms, the CSU Speech and Hearing Clinic and CSU’s Health and Wellness Clinic that serves students and the campus community. 

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