As the University of Texas at Austin embarks upon building the Dell Medical School, one of our highest priorities is to ensure that the medical school will deliver leading-edge health care education and patient-centered care that covers our community’s entire spectrum of needs. That responsibility will require careful attention to curriculum, policies, faculty, facilities and community as we march toward the first entering medical class, slated for 2016.
As institutions committed to the free exchange of ideas and civic debate, UT-Austin and the Seton Healthcare Family welcome and encourage the public’s engagement on medical school initiatives — including feedback on the university’s partnership with Catholic-affiliated Seton.
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Leslie is executive vice president and provost at the University of Texas at Austin.