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Rendering of the College of Medicine Building.

Facilities

The Thomas F. Frist, Jr. College of Medicine at Belmont University will be housed in a new building that is currently under construction on Belmont’s campus. 

The nearly 200,000-square-foot building, which was announced in May of this year, includes a 650-space, below ground parking garage, and will be located within a block of Belmont’s Gordon E. Inman Center and McWhorter Hall, which house the University’s well-known nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, social work and pharmacy programs. 

The facility has been designed to create a fully interdisciplinary educational experience, allowing students in existing programs to work alongside aspiring MDs—just as they would in a clinical setting. Large lecture spaces and learning studios will be complemented by high-tech simulation areas that utilize virtual and augmented reality as part of their simulated offerings.

More updates on the facility’s progress will be added here as they are available.

See below for photos illustrating the facility’s progress to date. Check back here for more images as the project continues.

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