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I interviewed at Hofstra North Shore LIJ. It was formed on 2008, and it was quite impressive and had a state of the art curriculum and lots of opportunities. You can look at the MSAR and check out the foundation dates of various medical schools.
 

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Western Michigan just opened a new school in K-Zoo.
 

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Central Michigan (2012)
Cooper Rowan (2011)
Florida Atlantic (2011)
Quinnipiac (2012)
U of C Riverside (2012)
U of Arizona - Phoenix (2012)
U of South Carolina - Greenville (2011)
Western Michigan (2012)
 

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UC Riverside is sort of new... they had a joint program with UCLA for a long time before becoming their own independent medical school.
 
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Newest are:

Central Michigan (2012)
Cooper Rowan (2011)
Florida Atlantic (2011)
Quinnipiac (2012)
U of C Riverside (2012)
U of Arizona - Phoenix (2012)
U of South Carolina - Greenville (2011)
Western Michigan (2012)
I would also add to the list:

Virginia tech carilion (2008)
Hofstra north shore (2008)
 

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Mercer Savannah branch (2008) and Columbus branch - 3rd & 4th year campus (2012). The school is >30 years old though.
 
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Florida international and central Florida both had their inaugural classes in 08
 

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15 new MD schools have opened since 2006 (AAMC policy change).
UCF, FIU, TX Tech, TCMC, VA Tech, Oakland, Hofstra, Schmidt, Cooper, US Carolina G, UCR, UA Phoenix,CMU,Netter and W MI.

11 new osteopathic schools have opened since 2002.
 

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15 new MD schools have opened since 2006 (AAMC policy change).
UCF, FIU, TX Tech, TCMC, VA Tech, Oakland, Hofstra, Schmidt, Cooper, US Carolina G, UCR, UA Phoenix,CMU,Netter and W MI.

11 new osteopathic schools have opened since 2002.
Hmm that is very interesting due to the amount of controversy among DO schools opening. I was under the impression that there were significantly more DO schools opening than MD schools. Though I suppose the argument is more on AOA residency spots rather than DO schools themselves. Very interesting!
 

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Hmm that is very interesting due to the amount of controversy among DO schools opening. I was under the impression that there were significantly more DO schools opening than MD schools. Though I suppose the argument is more on AOA residency spots rather than DO schools themselves. Very interesting!
You should also keep in mind that there were also a LOT less DO schools to start with.
 

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Hmm that is very interesting due to the amount of controversy among DO schools opening. I was under the impression that there were significantly more DO schools opening than MD schools. Though I suppose the argument is more on AOA residency spots rather than DO schools themselves. Very interesting!
Class sizes tend to be smaller for the MD programs, too. The charter classes range from 40 (Texas Tech and Hofstra) to 80 (UA). Projected class sizes range from 42 (VA Tech) to 125 (Netter and Oakland).