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The University of Minnesota Medical School places a strong emphasis on primary care and early clinical experience at both its Twin Cities and Duluth campuses. The Twin Cities campus has an urban environment, while the Duluth campus has a rural environment and places a special emphasis on primary care for Native Americans. 122 students matched with primary care residencies in 2019. The University of Minnesota Medical School has a flexible MD program; students can take anywhere from 3.5 to 6 years to complete it. The 2019 incoming class of 305 students (the school has a campus in Twin Cities and in Duluth) had an average GPA of 3.71 and an average MCAT score of 508.2.
At the University of Nebraska Medical Center, 66 students matched with primary care residencies on 2019 Match Day. Each student gets significant exposure to primary care clinical experiences; not only do they complete an 8-week family medicine clerkship in a rural Nebraskan community, a 12-week internal medicine clerkship, and an 8-week pediatrics clerkship, but students can also choose elective rotations and classes that focus on primary care. The incoming class in 2018 had an average undergraduate GPA of 3.74 and an average MCAT score of 510.
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