Michigan State University
is gearing up to open a new $90 million medical facility in Grand Rapids.
The 180,000-square-foot Secchia Center
will house classes for 100 first-year medical students beginning this fall.
According to excerpts from the article:
The Secchia Center will host classes for 100 first-year medical students in the fall and be a hub of activity for the local medical community grounded by the presence of Spectrum Health, Van Andel Institute, Saint Mary's Health Care and Grand Valley State University.
"It's just a joy to be here," raved John O'Donnell, director for pre-clinical curriculum at MSU's College of Human Medicine.
"It's so well-designed compared to our former quarters, so easy to interact with our fellow professionals. So much natural light comes through deep into the building. The light comes right through into the hallway."
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