FORT WORTH — The vision of an M.D. school in Fort Worth took another big step Thursday when the University of North Texas regents voted unanimously to proceed with plans to establish a program at the UNT Health Science Center.
Already, $25 million has been raised for start-up costs, said Dr. Scott Ransom, president of the health science center.
“This is a win, win, win,” he said, adding that about 90 donors have contributed to the program and many more commitments have been made. “This is a huge deal for Fort Worth, Texas.”
Fort Worth’s worst kept secret marches onward.
So, what’s the over/under on FW still having a DO school in 10 years?