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October 4, 1988 | By Edgar Williams, Inquirer Staff Writer
Every so often, Jayne Robertson and Kevin McGibney get to wondering whether there will be enough time for them to get it all done. "Let's see," McGibney was saying last week at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 3300 Henry Ave., where he and Robertson are students. "We'll graduate in 1991, do four years' residency, and -. " "And all the while," Robertson said, interrupting, "the clock will be running on us. " Jayne Robertson and Kevin McGibney, see, are pretty special people at the medical school.
NEWS
August 23, 1990 | By Anne Fahy, Special to The Inquirer
By the time they were ready to begin hospital rotations, students at the Medical College of Pennsylvania had been tutored and tested in topics from anabolic respiration to zygote development. But when they moved to the inner city and began the day-to-day grind of treating a diverse group of patients, the young doctors-to-be discovered that their medical know-how wasn't enough to make accurate diagnoses. Medical knowledge isn't of much use if the patient can't understand the simple question, "Where does it hurt?"
NEWS
April 29, 2002
Drexel University and its president, Constantine Papadakis, took a daring gamble 3 1/2 years ago when they took responsibility for Philadelphia's then-most troubled medical school. But long odds can make for big gains - in this case, for the region as well as Drexel's prestige. A win. That's a good way to describe Drexel's experience in rescuing MCP Hahnemann University and its schools of medicine, nursing and public health from the 1998 Allegheny health system bankruptcy.
NEWS
May 11, 2011 | Daily News Staff Report
Raymond and Ruth Perelman may have just outdone themselves. The philanthropists have contributed $225 million to the University of Pennsylvania's medical school, which is the largest donation in Penn's history and said to be the largest single gift ever to a U.S. medical school. The school will be renamed the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, according to a letter sent to the Penn community last night by President Amy Gutmann and David Cohen, chairman of Penn's Board of Trustees.
NEWS
August 4, 2012 | By Claudia Vargas, Inquirer Staff Writer
Moments after griping with a neighbor about Camden's crime surge, Lawrence Taylor spots a woman in a bikini top and jeans shorts checking her makeup in the tinted window of a car parked across the street. Prostitutes "are just front and center now," says Taylor, 47, who lives in the Cooper Plaza neighborhood. It's the middle of the day, and a half-block away, hundreds of powerful New Jerseyans are celebrating the opening of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University - a beacon of hope, they say, in the impoverished city.
NEWS
August 5, 2011 | By Stacey Burling, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Arthur M. Feldman, who has been chair of the department of medicine at Jefferson Medical College, is moving to Temple next month. Effective Sept. 1, Feldman will become executive dean of the Temple University School of Medicine and chief academic officer of Temple University Health System. That makes him the second in command on the academic side of the health system to Larry Kaiser, who took charge of the system and medical school in April. Feldman, 61, earned a doctorate in biology and physiology before going to medical school and becoming a cardiologist.
NEWS
February 19, 1987 | By Huntly Collins, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a move aimed at broadening the education of prospective doctors, the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine will abandon all course requirements for admission beginning next fall, university officials announced yesterday. Instead, the medical school, the nation's oldest, will outline certain areas of knowledge and skills, including nonscientific areas, that applicants will be expected to have, officials said. The move - believed to be the first of its kind in the country - is intended to give premed students more time to pursue a broad undergraduate education, said Dr. Edward J. Stemmler, medical school dean.
BUSINESS
February 8, 2011 | By Stacey Burling, Inquirer Staff Writer
Larry Kaiser, a former chairman of surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, will run the Temple University Health System and School of Medicine, the university announced Monday. Kaiser, 58, is president and chairman of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Its six schools have a $900 million budget. He will start in Philadelphia by April 1. Kaiser replaces Edmond F. Notebaert, who came to Temple in November 2008 from the University of Maryland Medical System.
NEWS
October 26, 1998 | by Gloria Campisi, Daily News Staff Writer
The fate of Allegheny's Philadelphia hospitals hangs in the balance as Drexel University trustees today take a second look at whether to run Allegheny's medical school. An air of uncertainty clung to the proceedings despite a cash-sweetened deal engineered by Gov. Ridge and the same team that brought home the Kvaerner shipyard deal to the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. Ridge and Mayor Rendell met Saturday with Drexel trustees' executive committee to present the deal and Ridge's press secretary, Tim Reeves, said both "left optimistic.
NEWS
July 29, 1998 | By Dale Mezzacappa, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Suzanne Cohen Zarro, beloved associate dean for student affairs at MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine, died yesterday after a 10-year battle with cancer. She was 58. Dr. Zarro died at her South Philadelphia home with her husband and three children at her side. She worked until April, when she was no longer able, and often wrote recommendations and made phone calls from her sickbed for students applying to residency programs. "She was considered a mother away from home for the medical students," said her husband, Vincent Zarro, an assistant dean and associate professor of medicine at MCP/Hahnemann.
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