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Hot off the press!
The spring 2013 issue of Medicinews/Honor Roll
2013 Calendar of Events
Cruisin’ on the USS Tiger…
the 8th Annual
Friday, October 11, 2013
Come Sail the High Seas
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The modern Medical Alumni Association began in 1985 with a series of organizational meetings that took place beginning in Baton Rouge and following in other locations. The first general meeting was held in June 1986, when Julius Mullins (’36) was elected President and a set of by-laws was adopted.
Meetings of the Board of Directors are held throughout the year, outreach programs occur periodically, and a general membership meeting is held annually in June in connection with the annual reunions.
In 1988, the Medical Alumni Association incorporated the LSU Health Sciences Center Foundation. The Medical Alumni Association was incorporated as a separate entity in 2003.
Governor Jindal, Lieutenant Governor Landrieu, and a slew of other public dignitaries were here on the LSUHSC campus Friday, August 28, 2009, for a press conference announcing the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the state of Louisiana, LSU and Tulane. The MOU agrees to a governance structure for the proposed new academic medical center that has 11 members( 4 LSU, including the chair, 1 each Xavier and Tulane, 1 rotating between Dillard, Southern and Delgado and 4 community”nonaffiliated”). This clears the path to land acquisition and construction document preparation for the new academic medical center. The facility plans call for a 424 bed hospital, ambulatory care building and parking garage. Anticipated opening dates would be late 2012 for the ambulatory building and late 2013 for the hospital.
The children of all alumni, residing in state or out of state, are eligible for admission to LSU School of Medicine.
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