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Kaiser Permanente to Open Medical School in Southern California By 2019

Kaiser Permanente to Open Medical School in Southern California By 2019

Kaiser Permanente On Thursday announced that it is planning to open a medical school in Southern California by almost 2019. The company also said that it will be making more recruitments of minority students and teach doctors.

According to the company, achieving the goals of recruiting more minority students and teaching doctors has been a dream of medical schools throughout the country since long.

According to the Assn. of American Medical Colleges, several ethnic groups in medical schools are under-represented. This raises concerns that doctors might struggle to treat some minority groups like Latinos that make about 17% of the US population but only 9% of medical students.

San Fernando Valley Woman wins $28.2 million Lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente

San Fernando Valley Woman wins $28.2 million Lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente

A young San Fernando Valley woman won a $28.2 million lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente. The woman who lost her leg said on Thursday that the verdict will bring positive changes in the managed care giant and will encourage patients to learn about their treatment.

Anna Rahm, a 23-year-old Cal State Northridge student, said she is confident that this will bring change in health care reform. "However, I know that it takes so much advocacy and so much passion. We went into this with an initiative hoping that no matter the outcome, we wanted to get our story out there for everyone to be able to relate to and to learn from", she said.




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