Patient Joyce Battaglia, left, is interviewed by first-year medical student Aljanee Whitaker at Kaiser Permenente South in Sacramento. A new UC Davis/Kaiser program gets students through medical school in just three years instead of four. The first class just graduated, and are beginning their residencies at local hospitals.
Patient Joyce Battaglia, left, is interviewed by first-year medical student Aljanee Whitaker at Kaiser Permenente South in Sacramento. A new UC Davis/Kaiser program gets students through medical school in just three years instead of four. The first class just graduated, and are beginning their residencies at local hospitals. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Patient Joyce Battaglia, left, is interviewed by first-year medical student Aljanee Whitaker at Kaiser Permenente South in Sacramento. A new UC Davis/Kaiser program gets students through medical school in just three years instead of four. The first class just graduated, and are beginning their residencies at local hospitals. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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Want a medical degree in three years? It’s an option at UC Davis, Kaiser

July 03, 2017 8:00 AM

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