Allen Broome, Pharm.D., director of health system pharmacy at USA Health, said that residency training benefits the profession long term and expands the ability to care for current and future patients.
Cancer Research License Plate
USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute has proposed a new license plate to raise funds for local cancer research. The state must receive 1,000 paid pre-commitments for this new design by May 31, 2020, for the plate to be issued.
A distinctive license plate would raise at least $41,250 a year -- $41.25 per plate – to be used for cancer research at the Mitchell Cancer Institute. Place your order today and help us spread the word!
Here's how to order:
Visit the Department of Revenue's Commitment To Purchase Application.
Have these three items ready:
- Tag number
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- Credit card (Cost is $50 plus $2 online fee)
If the state receives at least 1,000 paid pre-commitments by May 31, 2020, you’ll receive an emailed voucher to be used to obtain the new license plate.
You can follow the number of pre-commitments at the Department of Revenue.
USA Health today formally broke ground on the Mapp Family Campus in Baldwin County. Located at the southeast corner of state highways 181 and 104 in Fairhope, the campus will be home to an ambulatory surgery center and a physician office building.
USA Health today formally kicked off construction of an expansion of the Pediatric Emergency Center at Children’s & Women’s Hospital at its campus in Midtown Mobile.
Robert Gilbert, M.D., a radiation oncologist at USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute and assistant professor of interdisciplinary clinical oncology at the USA College of Medicine, will present “Emerging Trends in Radiation for Breast Cancer,” at a Med School Café lecture on Thursday, Oct. 28, at noon. The event will be held virtually via Zoom.
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