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RYAN BERRY Billings Gazette
Billings has been chosen as a proposed site of a Colorado-based medical school.
Rocky Vista University announced Tuesday it has selected Billings as the future site of its four-year medical school, according to a press release from Big Sky Economic Development and Rocky Vista. It will be its third campus in the Mountain West region.
“Montana is a natural fit for RVU and our regional focus on healthcare education and we are so excited by the prospect of bringing a RVU campus to Billings,” said RVU President and CEO Dr. Clint Adams. “We were impressed with the quality of the healthcare system in Montana and look forward to helping meet the need for graduate medical education opportunities for students in Montana and across the region.”
RVU’s first campus was founded in 2006 in Parker, Colorado and a second campus was developed in 2017 in Ivins, Utah, graduating its first class in 2021. RVU is accredited by organizations like the American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation, the