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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Oakland University says its 3 ½-year-old medical school has received full accreditation.
The university says it got notice Tuesday that the Liaison Committee on Medical Education has issued a five-year accreditation for the school, which accepted its first class of students in August 2011.
The Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine is a joint project of William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak and Oakland University, whose campus straddles the Auburn Hills-Rochester Hills lines in Detroit's northern suburbs.
The medical school is preparing for its first group of residency assignments on March 20. The first class of doctors graduates May 15.
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