The University of Louisville School of Medicine is now in compliance with all educational standards and is no longer on probation, according to a news release from the school.
“During the past two years, we have worked diligently to address the concerns raised by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education,” said Toni Ganzel, the school’s dean.
Ganzel noted that the school had changed its curriculum, completed a major renovation of its instructional building, implemented new technologies and strengthened its educational governance and organizational structure to bring the program back into compliance.
The school has been on probation since March 2014, but has remained fully accredited during its probation, according to an article last year in The Courier-Journal. It quoted Ganzel as saying that the LCME actions were based largely on two areas of concern, the pre-clinical instructional building and the pace of pre-clinical curricular changes and curricula oversight.