Officials Say La. Medical School On Track
PINEVILLE, La. (AP) — Officials say plans for
are on track, but they're giving few details about the project.
Paul O. Umbach, who's with the Pittsburgh, Pa.-based consulting firm on the project, told The Town Talk he couldn't discuss specifics because individual donors are involved.
The school expects to welcome students in the 2013-2014 academic year.
Umbach says the school needs about $5 million over a three-year period in startup costs, under $20 million for renovations of the state-owned Huey P. Long Medical Center building in Pineville and about $20 million in annual operating costs.