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Proposed satellite medical school on Maui could narrow gap between supply and demand

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                                Dr. Nicole Apoliona, left, medical director of Kula Hospital, with Rex Deal, radiological technologist.

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    Dr. Nicole Apoliona, left, medical director of Kula Hospital, with Rex Deal, radiological technologist.

  • COURTESY VINA CRISTOBAL
                                First-year UH medical students Cori Sutton, left, Madison Williams and Bianca Calio during an endotracheal intubation workshop. The Kakaako campus admits only 77 first-year students at a time.

    COURTESY VINA CRISTOBAL

    First-year UH medical students Cori Sutton, left, Madison Williams and Bianca Calio during an endotracheal intubation workshop. The Kakaako campus admits only 77 first-year students at a time.

The proposal for a satellite medical school on Maui is part of the university’s supplemental budget request and was included in the state operating budget approved Tuesday by the House. Read more

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