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Dr. William M. Crist

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Vice President for Health Affairs

UA
 
Background

Employment History

  • UA Vice President for Health Affairs
    Arizona State University
  • Vice President for Health Affairs
    UA College of Medicine
  • Vice President for Health Affairs
    University of Arizona
  • Vice President for Health Affairs
    UA medical school
  • Chair of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
    Mayo Medical Center
  • Dean
    MU School of Medicine
  • Professor In the Department of Child Health
    MU School of Medicine
  • Chair of Hematology and Oncology
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Inc
  • Leadership Positions In Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Inc
  • Director of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
    University of Tennessee College of Medicine
  • Chair, Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
    Mayo Medical School and Clinic
  • Professor of Pediatrics and Chair of the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
    Mayo Medical School and Clinic

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MD
  • M.D.
  • Central Methodist College
  • medical degree
    University of Missouri School-Columbia of Medicine
195 Total References
Web References
Board of Regents | Downtown Voices Coalition
downtownvoices.org, 18 June 2014 [cached]
It was UA's," said Dr. William Crist, UA's vice president for health affairs. "At the end, they (ASU officials) felt squeezed financially."
The announcement comes as UA is preparing to break ground on the five-story Health Sciences Education Building near Seventh and Van Buren streets. The new building will allow the medical school to gradually expand class size to 110 students annually, up from the current 48. The building is being financed with bonds that will be paid off with Arizona Lottery revenue, but the universities are expected to pay 20 percent of the total costs. Crist said UA hopes to cover those expenses through fund-raising; it already has a $15 million federal grant to put toward construction. [Note: To read the full article, visit ASU plans to end partnership role in downtown Phoenix med school.]
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Tags: Arizona Lottery, ASU, Board of Regents, Health Sciences Education Building, Phoenix Biomedical Campus, University of Arizona, William Crist
Legislative committee overwhelmingly backs Health Sciences Education Building
www.flinnmeetings.org, 23 Mar 2010 [cached]
"We're really excited," said William Crist, UA vice president for health affairs, in the Arizona Republic. "This new building is being designed to train all of the health-care professional to work together as a team."
In addition to the medical students it will support, the HSEB, which will be built adjacent to existing College of Medicine buildings, will provide space for up to 80 students from UA's College of Pharmacy, as well as students from ASU's College of Nursing and Health Innovation and Northern Arizona University's Allied Health program.
"I have been worrying about whether we can move ahead or not," Dr. Crist said in the Republic. "It's been really stressful."
According to William Crist, ...
downtownvoices.org, 1 Oct 2013 [cached]
According to William Crist, MD, vice president of health affairs for UA, this agreement sets the stage for an aligned and collaborative pediatric research program as well as providing groundwork for coordinated medical student and graduate medical education programs.
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Dr. William Crist, UA's vice president for health affairs, said he is concerned there won't be enough room for UA medical students because St. Joe's agreed to make Creighton's 84 medical students a priority. "We're not mad," he said. "We're still friends.
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Crist said UA has solid partnerships with the majority of the Valley's hospitals, including Banner Health, Carl T. Hayden Medical Center, Maricopa Integrated Health System, Mayo Hospital, Phoenix Children's Hospital, and Scottsdale Healthcare. His job will be to see which of those facilities will be willing to partner with UA to help finance the expansion of its cancer center in Phoenix. "Plenty of people are interested," Crist said. "We are talking to a lot of people to get the best plan."
He said the cancer center most likely would be built near the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, which houses the medical school and the Translational Genomics Research Institute. He envisions an outpatient center that would be anywhere from 200,000 square feet to 250,000 square feet, offering medical oncology, laboratory testing, imaging and radiation therapy. "We have relationships with almost every health system in town in terms of rotating medical students," Crist said.
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Tags: Banner Health, Carl T. Hayden, Maricopa Integrated Health Systems, Mayo, Phoenix Biomedical Campus, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Scottsdale Healthcare, St. Joseph's Hospital, Suzanne Pfister, TGen, University of Arizona, William Crist
It was UA's," said Dr. ...
downtownvoices.org, 1 Oct 2013 [cached]
It was UA's," said Dr. William Crist, UA's vice president for health affairs. "At the end, they (ASU officials) felt squeezed financially."
The announcement comes as UA is preparing to break ground on the five-story Health Sciences Education Building near Seventh and Van Buren streets. The new building will allow the medical school to gradually expand class size to 110 students annually, up from the current 48. The building is being financed with bonds that will be paid off with Arizona Lottery revenue, but the universities are expected to pay 20 percent of the total costs. Crist said UA hopes to cover those expenses through fund-raising; it already has a $15 million federal grant to put toward construction. [Note: To read the full article, visit ASU plans to end partnership role in downtown Phoenix med school.]
Posted in Downtown Vitality, Education, Finances, Health Care, Visioning and Planning
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Tags: Arizona Lottery, ASU, Board of Regents, Health Sciences Education Building, Phoenix Biomedical Campus, University of Arizona, William Crist
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"We are making do, barely, with the space we have," said William Crist, UA's vice president for health affairs.
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Tags: Arizona Lottery, ASU, Downtown Phoenix, Jan Brewer, Phil Gordon, Phoenix Biomedical Campus, physician shortage, State House of Representatives, State Senate, Stuart Flynn, UA, William Crist
Committees | cabarizona2011
www.cabarizona2011.org, 22 Feb 2013 [cached]
William M. Crist, M .D.
Vice President for Health Affairs, University of Arizona
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