Arnot Health and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Walk Hand-in-Hand

25,000 reasons to celebrate – Arnot Health is transforming the system to an academic healthcare environment and received a major gift of $25,000 from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) to the Arnot Ogden Medical Center Foundation, helping support the transition.

Making Us Stronger
Arnot Health is the newest teaching site for medical students, residents and fellows from the nation’s largest medical college. This program is expected to help the system recruit and retain providers to the area.
“Having students, and later, residents and fellows, in our facilities will make us stronger, enhancing the patient experience and helping our organization maintain its position as a leader in the provision of quality healthcare in our region,” said Anthony J. Cooper, FACHE, CEO, Arnot Health.
Transformation of Care
Through this partnership, Arnot Health will become one of the largest osteopathic regional clinical training sites in the northeast United States.
How will this make students into the best doctors they can be? By combining quality, specialty healthcare in a community setting with hands-on training and direct mentorship from our highly skilled and experienced providers at Arnot Health facilities.
As the training students become a part of the community, working in our facilities and our offices, we will be better positioned to retain providers in our area. Which really means Arnot Health will continue to transform the care we deliver to you and your family, with the next generation of physicians.  
Watch the video below for a recap of this special announcement:
When it comes to Arnot Health, come to expect the best.

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