Roseman University College of Medicine’s GENESIS to Address Health and Social Needs of Vulnerable Las Vegas Households

Roseman University College of Medicine, joined by Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear, officially launched its GENESIS program at an event on the steps of Las Vegas City Hall on March 30 to a crowd of community leaders, partners and supporters.   Funded in part by a $300,000 American Rescue Plan Act grant through the City… Read More

Summerlin Report – February 2022

It is my pleasure to bring you news from Roseman University’s Summerlin Campus, home of the College of Medicine. The new year brings a lot of activity on campus as we continue to develop the College of Medicine and launch new initiatives. Our EMPOWERED program continues to create buzz in our community and beyond. The… Read More

Roseman Medical Group’s Eric Farbman, M.D., to conduct clinical trials on Movement Disorders

Eric Farbman, M.D., Neurologist, currently practices at Roseman Medical Group, the medical practice of Roseman University’s College of Medicine. Dr. Farbman specializes in Movement Disorders, a class of neurological diseases that include Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, dystonia, ataxias, and tremors. Dr. Farbman utilizes Deep Brain Stimulation and is currently managing 200 patients with this cutting-edge therapy. Dr.… Read More

Summerlin Report – October 2020

Inspiring individuals to pursue careers in the health professions is critical to creating a diverse healthcare workforce to serve the needs of all people in our communities. We need to cultivate interest and inspire passion for the health professions now amongst children as young as elementary school, into high school, college, and after college with… Read More

January – Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. According to glaucoma.org “more than 3 million people in the United States have glaucoma. The National Eye Institute projects this number will reach 4.2 million by 2030, a 58 percent increase. Glaucoma is called “the sneak thief of sight” since there are no symptoms and once vision is lost, it’s… Read More

Student Nurses Association & Dr. Mark Penn Honored at Health Care Headliners 2016

Health Care Headliners honors health care professionals and organizations making a difference in the community each year. This year at the 10th Annual Health Care Headliners held at Citrus at Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino, Roseman University was honored in two of the 11 award categories. In the Volunteer category Roseman’s Student Nurses Association (SNA)… Read More

Roseman’s 2nd Annual Research Symposium Features Over 100 Presentations

It is only the second year that Roseman University has hosted a Research Symposium, but this year’s event was a tremendous success. Building on the groundwork from last year, the 2016 Symposium featured more than 100 posters and podium presentations from student and faculty researchers at all three of Roseman’s campuses in Summerlin and Henderson,… Read More

Roseman University Neighborhood Health Series to Present “Role Reversal: Caring for our Aging Parents”

“Role Reversal: Caring for our Aging Parents” is the topic of Roseman University’s March Neighborhood Health Series. Sponsored by America First Credit Union, the presentation takes place from 4:30 to 6 pm on Thursday, March 17 at the Roseman University’s Summerlin campus, located at One Breakthrough Way, Las Vegas. The event is free and open… Read More

5 Reasons to Become a Donor

In February on Valentine’s Day, many people participated in another, perhaps lesser-known holiday, National Donor’s Day. While chocolate and flowers are often at the forefront of people’s minds, saving lives is even more crucial. Even if you missed National Donor’s Day, you can still contribute in a meaningful way by becoming an organ donor. Here… Read More