Becker's Healthcare November 30, 2022
Erica Carbajal

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, the nation’s largest medical school, has partnered with Jacksonville (Fla.) University to open northeast Florida’s first four-year medical school. 

LECOM at Jacksonville University is slated to welcome its inaugural class of about 75 students to its DO program in 2026, according to a Nov. 30 news release. Total enrollment is then expected to grow to nearly 150 students per year within 5 years. 

The newly established medical school has secured clinical agreements with some of the region’s largest healthcare providers, including Jacksonville, Fla.-based Baptist Health and...

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