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Elevator shafts are the first and core structures of the $25 million expansion project at Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine (PCSOM), Pikeville, KY on Tuesday, July 12, 2011. The project will provide the undergraduate college with a new educational facility and an expanded clinical skills center. The nine-story structure is part of the new facility that will include two lecture halls, a gross anatomy lab, two research labs, offices, small group classrooms and student study space. A clinical skills training and evaluation center that will house 12 specially equipped examination rooms will be within the building and serve as training and testing centers for students in programs using standardized patients and high-fidelity robotic patient simulators. An expanded osteopathic manipulative medicine lab and clinic will provide learning opportunities, as well as housing PCSOM’s free community clinic, which will be easy to reach from the sidewalk. Plans for the building also include a new cafeteria for the campus community. 'We are embarking on a vital project that will greatly enhance the excellent medical education our student doctors receive,' said Pikeville College President Paul E. Patton. 'At the same time, it will allow us to expand the current class size from 75 to 125 students, increasing the total enrollment from 300 to 500 students. The college initiated a capital construction campaign. In order to secure adequate funding, the board of trustees authorized borrowing up to $25 million from the USDA Rural Development. Commitments of $1.6 million have been secured through gifts and pledges, including $500,000 from the James Graham Brown Foundation. Significant grants have also been received from the Appalachian Regional Commission, and the U.S. Small Business Administration. USDA Photo by Lance Cheung
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