The University of Louisville announced the completion of a $45 million renovation to its School of Dentistry last week. The two-year project added 20,000 square feet and renovated another 211,000. Enhancements include “updates to infrastructure, operatory equipment and clinical education support. Other features include new digital radiography, incorporation of an electronic health records system and state-of-the-art classroom technology. Improvements in patient waiting rooms and clinical space include new chairs, lighting, cabinetry and touch screen computer terminals,” a press release said.
“These upgrades are critical to competing nationally for high-quality students, recruiting talented faculty and attracting patients who need care and who augment the education experience of our students,” said Dr. David Dunn, U of L executive vice president for health affairs. (Read more)