UPDATE: Regents told MCG expansion on schedule

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ATLANTA -- Negotiations with hospitals in Athens and Gainesville for medical-student residencies remains on pace, officials with the Medical College of Georgia told a committee of the Board of Regents today.

The 15 full-time faculty members are at work writing curriculum, drafting exams and meeting with their colleagues in Augusta, according to MCG Athens Dean Barbara Schuster.

Keep watching augustachronicle.com for updates.

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shugirl 08/12/09 - 04:04 pm
Whew! For a minute there, I

Whew! For a minute there, I thought that the pending economic troubles might stop new construction projects. Good thing MCG employees are taking furloughs. Can anybody spell sarcasm???

SnowBallCity 08/12/09 - 04:44 pm
This is a little too timely

This is a little too timely along with the breaking news regarding furloughs not to think it's a ploy by the AC to just "stir up the mess". Though MCG is stupid and bigoted to egg on the fact that they are pushing this forward.

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