Alaska was the first state to partner with the University of Washington School of Medicine in the collaborative medical school known as WWAMI, with classes beginning at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1971. Classes were first held in Montana and Idaho in 1972. Wyoming became a partner, adding the second “W” to the acronym, in 1996. The purpose of WWAMI is to provide publicly funded medical education to residents of this five-state region, and to train physicians who will return to practice in their home states.
This school has multiple campuses
University of Alaska Fairbanks WWAMI Program
3211 Providence Drive
Alaska - United States