To inform the public on its plans for clinical affiliations and patient care services, Roseman University College of Medicine will host its third Community Town Hall Forum on Tuesday, September 27. Open to the public, the event takes place from 11:30 am to 1 pm at the university’s Summerlin Campus, located at One Breakthrough Way, Las Vegas, NV 89135. Sponsored by The Kara Foundation, the event is free and lunch will be provided. Registration is required online at http://com.roseman.edu or by calling 702-802-2869.
“The goal of this town hall is to inform and educate the community on Roseman University College of Medicine’s plans to enhance healthcare delivery and outcomes in Nevada,” said Founding Dean Mark A. Penn, MD, MBA. “We look forward to answering questions from our community as we continue to plan and implement our patient care services to address the diverse medical needs of our region.”
Moderated by Gordon Prouty, group publisher for Greenspun Media Group, the Community Town Hall will feature a brief opening from Penn, followed by an engaging panel discussion featuring the College of Medicine’s Dr. Bruce Morgenstern, associate dean for clinical affairs, Dr. Tom Hunt, professor and chair of the Department of Family Medicine and Dr. Lisa Rosenberg, director of geriatrics.