Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The Patient-Centered Care Learning Center will help address the shortage of doctors in Missouri and the U.S.

The new $42.5 million Patient-Centered Care Learning Center (PCCLC) recently opened at the University of Missouri School of Medicine in Columbia, Mo. The six-story, 98,888-sf BNIM-designed building was built with the intention of addressing a critical shortage of physicians both locally in Missouri and nationally across the United States.

The facility includes an anatomy lab, an active learning classroom, clinical simulation rooms, problem-based learning classrooms, student seminar rooms, offices, and student lounge areas.

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