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Senator John T. Yudichak tours Medical Sciences Building

Monday, February 07, 2020

Scranton, Pennsylvania – On February 3, 2020, Robert M. D’Alessandri, MD, president and dean, and officials of The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC), welcomed Senator John T. Yudichak (D), District 14, for a briefing and tour of TCMC’s Medical Sciences Building. 

Located on Pine Street in Scranton, the four-story 185,000 square foot project is expected to be complete in April 2011. The Medical Sciences Building will open its doors to incoming students in the Medical Degree and Masters of Biomedical Sciences degree programs in August 2011. Officials of TCMC welcomed its charter class in August 2009 and now in its second year of operation, the medical college has attracted thousands of applicants to fill 65 positions for its first and second year and 100 positions for its third year.

 

Senator John T. Yudichak, (D), District 14 and TCMC president and dean, Robert M. D’Alessandri, MD  

 

Senator John T. Yudichak, (D), District 14 and TCMC president and dean, Robert M. D’Alessandri, MD review blueprints while touring the Medical Sciences Building.  

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