We engage students as lifelong learners in the pursuit of clinical excellence through leadership, communication and teamwork.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine offers high quality care in more than 40 specialties, with patient care centers in Las Vegas, Reno and rural Nevada communities.
We offer advanced training in the biomedical and behavioral research with local, national and global impact.
University of Nevada School of Medicine
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The School provides more than 2,300 jobs statewide and a total of $887 million in economic impact, including employee compensation, goods, services, capital improvements, total spending and additional income generated in other businesses. The School currently holds close to $50 million in multi-year National Institutes of Health research grants for studies into causes and treatments for diseases and conditions including HIV, smooth muscle elasticity, gastrointestinal disorders, muscular dystrophy, preterm labor and battlefield injuries.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine recently entered into an agreement with the University of Nevada, Reno; University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and Nevada System of Higher Education to expand medical school education with the goal of supplying more physicians for Nevada and establishing two full four-year schools of medicine, in Reno and Las Vegas.