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Dakotas America Invests In The Health of Rural Communities

Blog, News & Events on December 8th. Comments Off on Dakotas America Invests In The Health of Rural Communities

The need to recruit and retain rural practitioners is a huge part of solving our rural healthcare provider shortage.

Dakotas America is working to be a part of that solution.

Thanks in part to the help of Dakotas America, pre-medical students from rural North and South Dakota have another avenue for a high-quality education. The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM), with its three campuses, is one of the most innovative medical colleges in the country, with cutting-edge technology, facilities, and experienced faculty.

Dakotas America attracted private investment through the federal New Markets Tax Credit program to help fund the construction of the newest 16 acre VCOM branch campus located in Auburn, Alabama, which opened for its inaugural class in July 2015. Students accepted into the program are asked to maintain VCOM’s mission of becoming community focused, globally minded osteopathic physicians … Read More »


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