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Mizzou Health News Network - March/April 2014

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Your source for news on medical care, education and research at the University of Missouri.

MU is first academic certified member in MD Anderson network (0:20)
Match Day sparks excitement for graduating medical students (2:00)
Family medicine ranks in top 10 for more than two decades (2:53)
MU and Hy-Vee supermarkets opening walk-in clinics (4:21)
Patient and her sons grateful for Room of Hope renovations (4:55)


MU is first academic certified member in MD Anderson network (0:20)

MU's Ellis Fischel Cancer Center celebrated a historic affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Network™ in March. The national network was created to eliminate cancer by collaborating on quality improvement and best practices. Ellis Fischel is the network's first academic certified member.

Match Day sparks excitement for graduating medical students (2:00)

Fourth-year medical students gathered for Match Day in March to learn where they will continue their education as resident physicians. Forty-six percent of the MU Class of 2014 will stay in Missouri for residency training, and 25 percent will stay at MU.

Family medicine ranks in top 10 for more than two decades (2:53)

MU's School of Medicine has been recognized for more than 20 years as a leader in family medicine by U.S. News & World Report magazine. MU's family and community medicine department ranked eighth in the magazine's new Best Graduate Schools edition.

MU and Hy-Vee supermarkets opening walk-in clinics (4:21)

MU Health Care and Hy-Vee, one of the nation's largest supermarket chains, will open Mizzou Quick Care clinics at stores in Columbia, Mo. The clinics will provide convenient care for common illnesses seven days a week and link to MU Health Care's advanced electronic medical records.

Patient and her sons grateful for Room of Hope renovations (4:55)

An MU cardiovascular patient and her sons were surprised with a newly decorated home provided by the Room of Hope program. University of Missouri patients receive free interior design services through the program sponsored by MU Health Care.
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Your source for news on medical care, education and research at the University of Missouri.

MU is first academic certified member in MD Anderson network (0:20)
Match Day sparks excitement for graduating medical students (2:00)
Family medicine ranks in top 10 for more than two decades (2:53)
MU and Hy-Vee supermarkets opening walk-in clinics (4:21)
Patient and her sons grateful for Room of Hope renovations (4:55)


MU is first academic certified member in MD Anderson network (0:20)

MU's Ellis Fischel Cancer Center celebrated a historic affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Network™ in March. The national network was created to eliminate cancer by collaborating on quality improvement and best practices. Ellis Fischel is the network's first academic certified member.

Match Day sparks excitement for graduating medical students (2:00)

Fourth-year medical students gathered for Match Day in March to learn where they will continue their education as resident physicians. Forty-six percent of the MU Class of 2014 will stay in Missouri for residency training, and 25 percent will stay at MU.

Family medicine ranks in top 10 for more than two decades (2:53)

MU's School of Medicine has been recognized for more than 20 years as a leader in family medicine by U.S. News & World Report magazine. MU's family and community medicine department ranked eighth in the magazine's new Best Graduate Schools edition.

MU and Hy-Vee supermarkets opening walk-in clinics (4:21)

MU Health Care and Hy-Vee, one of the nation's largest supermarket chains, will open Mizzou Quick Care clinics at stores in Columbia, Mo. The clinics will provide convenient care for common illnesses seven days a week and link to MU Health Care's advanced electronic medical records.

Patient and her sons grateful for Room of Hope renovations (4:55)

An MU cardiovascular patient and her sons were surprised with a newly decorated home provided by the Room of Hope program. University of Missouri patients receive free interior design services through the program sponsored by MU Health Care. Show less

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