Third annual State of Stanford Medicine set for Sept. 17

Stanford Medicine’s leadership will address a variety of topics and discuss the future of the School of Medicine and hospitals.

Exciting announcements about the year ahead. Updates on key issues. Behind-the-scenes perspectives.

Stanford Medicine’s leadership will address a variety of topics and discuss the future of the School of Medicine and the two hospitals at the State of Stanford Medicine at noon Sept. 17 at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge.

Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of the School of Medicine; David Entwistle, president and CEO of Stanford Health Care; and Dennis Lund, MD, interim president and CEO of Stanford Children’s Health, will:

  • Share the latest on affordability, space, construction and more.
  • Detail progress with the integrated strategic plan and its rollout.
  • Showcase cutting-edge research shaping the future of medicine.


Attendees will also receive lunch and Stanford Medicine giveaways.

Members of the Stanford Medicine community may register online. To view the event via livestream, fill out the online form.



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