The medical school is the 6th most diverse in the nation and 2nd in California, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Class of 2025 students at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine were welcomed into their medical training amid a global pandemic that has highlighted the need for skilled and compassionate physicians.
Faculty and students reflect on the launch of a new medical school amid a global pandemic.
The Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine opened on July 27, as its inaugural class of 50 students began their journey to becoming future leaders in the medical field.
The Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine will welcome its first class of students in August 2020, and excitement is mounting for the newly accredited school to open its doors to a new generation of physicians who will lead the transformation of health care delivery.
Mark A. Schuster, MD, PhD, founding dean and CEO of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine, joins Chris Grant in the latest Permanente Medicine Podcast to discuss the newly accredited school, opening summer 2020.
The school, which received preliminary accreditation, says it will waive tuition for the first five classes of students.
Mark A. Schuster, MD, PhD, founding dean and CEO of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine, has been awarded the Joseph W. St. Geme, Jr. Leadership Award from the Federation of Pediatric Organizations (FOPO), and the Academic Pediatric Association’s Public Policy and Advocacy Award.
The Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Board of Directors has appointed professor of pediatrics, researcher, educator, and health policy expert Mark A. Schuster, MD, PhD, as founding dean and CEO of its School of Medicine, to be located in Pasadena, Calif.