Bryce Spitze and Brenda Campos-Spitze, first married couple to enter UC Irvine’s medical school, intend to play a role in an emerging healthcare system designed to provide affordable, quality care for all.
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Kevin Kilmer is one sick guy — and the first patient many of UC Irvine’s first-year medical students ever see. To them, he’s a 42-year-old man with a bad case of intestinal distress. But Kilmer is more than that. He’s at the heart of an innovative program that teaches medical students the basic exam techniques, […]
An innovative UC Irvine School of Medicine program designed to lessen Latino healthcare disparities in California will produce its first graduates this year. PRIME-LC students will move into jobs as resident physicians and – it is hoped – herald a revolution in healthcare for a third of the state’s residents.