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The NEOMED building in Rootstown, Ohio, on a sunny day

State Controlling Board Allocates Funds for NEOMED

Support from the state of Ohio will help Northeast Ohio Medical University train professionals to fill a physician shortage that the Association of American Medical Colleges predicts will reach 139,000 by 2033.

New5Cleveland reported Tuesday, Nov. 9, that the State Controlling Board approved nearly $400,000 for NEOMED’s renovation project, work-based training and equipment.

State representative Gail Pavliga of Portage County said, “This is an investment into higher education, our students and our future workforce of Ohio.”

Read the New5Cleveland story.