Health and Medicine

Economic Impact of the College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated to Exceed $53 Million

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Value of building improvements and professional services worth $53.5 million to the metro area.
Marian University commissioned an economic impact study on its college of osteopathic medicine, and the results are a boon for central Indiana and the entire state ofIndiana.   According to theexecutive summary of the study, first-year impact is estimated to exceed $53.5 million; by 2016 (when the medical school expects to graduate its first class of osteopathic physicians), the annual impact is estimated at $45 million.   Read thecomplete study here.

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