The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific has just opened its northwest campus in Lebanon. Paula Crone is the Executive Assistant Dean and explains the difference between a D.O. and an M.D.: “It’s an established science based medical operation, juts like an M.D. school is. But we place really unique emphasis on interactive patient care, looking at the whole person.” 107 students are going through orientation this week. They'll go through the four year program and graduate in 2015. By then, Crone says the school will host 400 students.