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The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is the combined medical school and dental school of University of Western Ontario, one of 17 medical schools in Canada and one of six in Ontario. The medical school was founded in 1881, and merged with the dental school in 1997. The school is the seventh oldest in Canada, and the third in Ontario after Toronto's and Queen's medical schools. Schulich Medical School is based in London, with an undergraduate medical campus in Windsor. The school emphasizes a patient-centered approach to medicine, introducing new students to clinical methods in the first few weeks. Schulich has consistently done well in residency matches, with the fourth highest match rate in Canada in 2012 (95.9%). The school has produced a number of notable alumni, including the discoverer of Barr bodies Murray Barr, "the Father of Family Medicine" Ian McWhinney, and the current head of the World Health Organization (WHO) Margaret Chan. Like other Canadian medical schools, admission to Schulich School of Medicine is highly competitive. The school receives more than ten times as many applications as there are places available. For the 2012/2013 cycle, Schulich received 14 applications for each available place with an acceptance rate of less than 7%.