Physician Assistant Studies Facilities

Physician Assistant Studies Facilities

Anatomy Lab

The human anatomy laboratory at Methodist is a critical component of the first semester Physician Assistant experience. The Gross Anatomy course is designed to provide a working knowledge of human anatomy, an understanding of physiology, disease processes, diagnostic radiology, surgical and traumatic conditions, and interventional therapy. PA students have described the course as an "invaluable" and "irreplaceable" experience, and PA faculty members believe that this anatomy laboratory lays a strong foundation for the MU Physician Assistant Program and its outstanding success.In 2010 the program opened the doors to an on-campus Anatomy Lab that can accommodate 50 students and 14 cadavers.

Medical Lecture Hall

In 2010, the program also opened the doors to a 7,200 sq. ft. Medical Lecture Hall with a 161 seat auditorium and four breakout classrooms. The Medical Lecture Hall is home to all didactic classes.

Academic Building

In addition, the program's 8,000 sq. ft. Academic Building contains two classrooms, nine offices, men's and women's locker rooms, student kitchen, library, and lounge, a clinical exam teaching laboratory, and two clinical exam rooms.

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"Fire From The Mountain: Glass and Steel" Opening Reception

The David McCune International Art Gallery at Methodist University is pleased to host the exhibition "Fire From The Mountain: Glass and Steel",...

Foreign Film Series: "Amelie"

Amélie is an innocent and naive girl in Paris with her own sense of justice. She decides to help those around her and, along the way, discovers love....

Bullard-Templeton Lecture

Topic

“Ten Reasons Why the Science-Theology Dialogue Really Matters”

About the Speaker

Dr. Thomas Jay Oord...