Center for Integrated Health Studies

Completion: September 2019 — The $26 million center is a two-story, 50,000-square-foot addition to the west side of the health professions complex along Preston Street east of Franklin Street that includes the Health Professions Building and the College of Medicine Building.

Construction began in March 2018, and building move-in is scheduled for November 2019.

The center will allow expansion of CMU's physical therapyphysician assistantaudiology and speech-language pathology programs. It will be the first new structure on campus since completion of the Biosciences Building in 2016 and an extensive renovation and addition to Grawn Hall in 2017.

Features will include:

  • An Interprofessional Education Center that includes a two-room simulation suite with high-tech clinical mannequins and eight standardized patient rooms for role-playing scenarios.
  • Two physical therapy labs.
  • Four flexible classrooms.
  • Graduate student offices.
  • Labs for human physiology, physical therapy and physician assistant students.
  • An auditorium.
  • Student collaboration areas and study nooks.

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