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GHS and Furman: Academic Partners

Furman serves as GHS' undergraduate partner for the academic health center.

In an op-ed for The Greenville News, Greenville Health System (GHS) president Dr. Spence Taylor writes about the organization’s efforts to create stronger, healthier communities and serve as an academic health center. Furman is one of the higher education institutions that partners with GHS, along with Clemson University and the University of South Carolina. “We’ve become a healthcare research powerhouse and are harnessing our combined resources for the good of our region,” Taylor writes.

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