Central Valley’s First Four-Year Med School Welcomes First Class

For decades, the Central Valley has struggled to have enough doctors. A small step in fixing that: having a local medical school.

In a matter of weeks, 75 medical students will be California Health Science University’s first class in its College of Osteopathic Medicine. The 94,000 square foot building is meant to house 600 students, along with its faculty and staff.

That said, even while we’re in this COVID-19 pandemic, all students will be on-campus for class. (