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Medical school, other programs receive high marks from U.S. News
 
Lawmakers will consider a $688 million spending bill and a series of policy reforms, after money and policy draft bills passed the House Committee on COVID-19 Health Care Working Group Thursday, April 23.
Lawmakers will consider a $688 million spending bill and a series of policy reforms, after money and policy draft bills passed the House Committee on COVID-19 Health Care Working Group Thursday, April 23.
 
To be a successful doctor, it is no longer enough to make an accurate diagnosis and recommend an effective treatment.
To be a successful doctor, it is no longer enough to make an accurate diagnosis and recommend an effective treatment.
 
The N.C. Senate passed its budget plan for the next two years Friday by a 30-16 vote.
The N.C. Senate passed its budget plan for the next two years Friday by a 30-16 vote.
 
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University has been bailed out by the state to stay afloat, but it's hard to say how, exactly, North Carolina has benefited by doing so.
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University has been bailed out by the state to stay afloat, but it's hard to say how, exactly, North Carolina has benefited by doing so.
 
North Carolina faces a looming doctor shortage, particularly in primary care. But a report this week from the N.C. Academy of Family Physicians suggests some relief is on the way
North Carolina faces a looming doctor shortage, particularly in primary care. But a report this week from the N.C. Academy of Family Physicians suggests some relief is on the way
 
TrueLearn, LLC plans to create 44 new jobs and move its headquarters and operations to Iredell County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
TrueLearn, LLC plans to create 44 new jobs and move its headquarters and operations to Iredell County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
Vijay-who used his authentic middle name, JoJo, and the description "star point guard for my family's beloved Celtics" on his applications-is the son of Indian immigrants, his mother a highly regarded Boston ob-gyn and his father an architect
Vijay-who used his authentic middle name, JoJo, and the description "star point guard for my family's beloved Celtics" on his applications-is the son of Indian immigrants, his mother a highly regarded Boston ob-gyn and his father an architect
 
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University was ranked among the nation's top five medical schools again this year for the high percentage of its graduates pursuing careers in family medicine.
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University was ranked among the nation's top five medical schools again this year for the high percentage of its graduates pursuing careers in family medicine.
 
Governor Pat McCrory congratulated the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University today for being ranked one of the top five medical schools in the country.
Governor Pat McCrory congratulated the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University today for being ranked one of the top five medical schools in the country.
 
Jim Arch always stood out in a crowd. His red hair, blue eyes and bushy mustache attracted attention, but his engaging, charismatic personality drew people to him.
Jim Arch always stood out in a crowd. His red hair, blue eyes and bushy mustache attracted attention, but his engaging, charismatic personality drew people to him.
 
Five years after they graduated, 35 of the 70 members of the Brody School of Medicine's Class of 2008 were practicing primary care medicine. Among the four medical schools in North Carolina, that's the best rate of producing the kind of doctors the state needs most, according to an annual report...
Five years after they graduated, 35 of the 70 members of the Brody School of Medicine's Class of 2008 were practicing primary care medicine. Among the four medical schools in North Carolina, that's the best rate of producing the kind of doctors the state needs most, according to an annual report...
 
An incoming student at the Brody School of Medicine beat out candidates enrolling at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke and Wake Forest to earn a substantial scholarship that will help pay for medical school.
An incoming student at the Brody School of Medicine beat out candidates enrolling at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke and Wake Forest to earn a substantial scholarship that will help pay for medical school.
 
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