The state of Georgia’s only public medical school will increase its enrollment from 240 students per class to 260 beginning with the 2021-22 academic year, with plans to grow to 300 students per class over the next five years.
Dr. Michael Hocker has been named the medical school’s senior associate dean for graduate medical education. Hocker will also serve as MCG’s designated institutional official.
“These efforts (and others) remind us that we gather a medical school faculty together every year to teach our students to become the best doctors that they can be — for their patients and for society at large," said Dr. D. Douglas Miller.
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The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University has received approval from its accrediting body, the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, to officially begin the process of redesigning its four-year core MD curriculum to three years.
Dr. Lee Ann Merchen, director of MCG's internal medicine residency, has been named to new role to help streamline the medical school's clinical curriculum.