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Dr. Mitchell D. Forman DO

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Founding Dean and Professor of Me...

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Touro College
874 American Pacific Drive
Henderson , Nevada 89014
United States

Company Description: Touro College (www.touro.edu) is a New York-based, regionally accredited, not-for-profit educational corporation. Since its founding in 1970, Touro College has...   more
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Education

  • Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Kansas City University of Medicine
  • D.O.
    Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
  • D.O. degree
    Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • MD
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Dr. Mitchell Forman, founding dean at Touro University, is shown on the campus at 874 American Pacific Drive in Henderson on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. Bill Hughes/Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Dr. Mitchell Forman, founding dean at Touro University, is shown on the campus at 874 American Pacific Drive in Henderson on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. Bill Hughes/Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Dr. Mitchell Forman came to Southern Nevada in 2004 to take a position as founding dean of Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine.
"I moved from Fort Worth, Texas, where we just had a wonderful life," Forman says. "I had a great job and I never thought I would leave there, except for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of starting a medical school."
As it turned out, overseeing the new osteopathic medical school was only part of Forman's work in Southern Nevada over the past dozen years. He has been an active and vocal advocate for medical education, patient education and community outreach here and served Southern Nevada's medical community as an officer or board member of organizations that included the Clark County Medical Society.
Last week, Forman, 69, left his full-time position as dean of Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine. We recently talked with the board-certified rheumatologist about the evolution of health care here that he has witnessed during his tenure at Touro.
Review-Journal: What's the biggest change you've noticed in Southern Nevada's medical landscape since your arrival?
Forman: I think the community's willingness to address some of the things we knew were wrong with the health care infrastructure in this community.
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Forman: It's not just about numbers only, obviously. It's also about quality.
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Forman: I think when you open up a brand-new medical school it's all about credibility.
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Forman: Now, with the Affordable Care Act, we have significant numbers of people who, at least to some degree, have some insurance, (but) who are finding it challenging to find physicians who have time and can fit them into their practice.
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Forman: We (Forman's wife, Pearl, is a physician assistant at Touro) are here now to stay.
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Mitchell D. Forman, DO, FACR, FACOI, IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
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Mitchell D. Forman, DO, FACR, FACOI, CO-CHAIR, COMMISSION ON INTERNAL AFFAIRS
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02/3/2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal Issue, by Features Writer, Jennifer Robison "Topic: No easy cure for doctor deficit" Larry Matheis, Dr. Thomas Schwenk, Dr. Mitchell Forman quoted here
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Dr. Mitchell Forman, Dean of Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, is featured in CNN story on baby boomers and physician shortage.
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Check out Dr. Mitchell Forman's Answer in the Review Journal to Why is it that certain types of arthritis affect only women?
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02/3/2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal Issue, by Features Writer, Jennifer Robison "Topic: No easy cure for doctor deficit" Larry Matheis, Dr. Thomas Schwenk, Dr. Mitchell Forman quoted here
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Dr. Mitchell Forman, Dean of Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, is featured in CNN story on baby boomers and physician shortage.
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Check out Dr. Mitchell Forman's Answer in the Review Journal to Why is it that certain types of arthritis affect only women?
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02/3/2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal Issue, by Features Writer, Jennifer Robison "Topic: No easy cure for doctor deficit" Larry Matheis, Dr. Thomas Schwenk, Dr. Mitchell Forman quoted here
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Dr. Mitchell Forman, Dean of Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, is featured in CNN story on baby boomers and physician shortage.
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Check out Dr. Mitchell Forman's Answer in the Review Journal to Why is it that certain types of arthritis affect only women?
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