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St. George - UTAH FOSTER CARE relocated its St. George office to 491 E. Riverside Drive. The foundation has seven offices located in five regions throughout Utah and operates under a contract with the Utah Division of Child & Family Services.
St. George - SQUATTY POTTY has shipped 10,000 Squatty Potty toilet footstools across the globe, optimizing the bathroom experience and helping to improve digestive health for users across six continents and in all 50 states since the beginning of the year.
St. George - RED CLIFFS MALL hosted its annual Halloweenie Roast, a seasonal celebration featuring family-friendly activities. The mall also hosted trick-or-treating for kids.
St. George - SKYWEST, INC. signed a capacity purchase agreement with American Airlines Inc. to operate 23 Bombardier CRJ200 regional jet aircraft under the American Eagle designation.
Cedar City Plans for Southern Utah College of Osteopathic Medicine
Cedar City - The CEDAR CITY OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT began the groundwork to establish a school of osteopathic medicine in Cedar City. This effort will create high-value, professional jobs in Southern Utah, attract additional resources and research, and develop rural healthcare opportunities. The SOUTHERN UTAH COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE (SUCOM) is a joint effort of community leaders, business leaders, educators, health professionals, interested citizens and students.
The Cedar City Office of Economic Development is consulting with Colorado-based ROCKY VISTA UNIVERSITY’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, a fully accredited, private college with the regional mission of providing primary care physicians for the Intermountain West. The college is presently affiliated with several Utah hospital systems that provide clinical education for some of its Utah students.
Rocky Vista University, in conjunction with the SOUTHERN UTAH AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER, has established clinical placement offices in Cedar City and St. George for training third- and fourth-year medical students. They are also cultivating future residencies in the area that will augment the effectiveness of the early-acceptance program and ensure graduates will remain in Utah to practice.