My interview was about an hour long and was led by the program director, the clinical coordinator, and the medical director. I also got to speak with two other members of the faculty and ask any questions I had about the program. I know that there were 6 candidates the day I interviewed, and at least 2-3 days of interviews this round. I was offered a seat three days later via email, with one week to accept or decline.
I got a really good feeling from the program, which has been developed over the past 4 years. The faculty I met were friendly, passionate, and had decades of experience. After the first semester at the main campus, the program (and the Occupational Therapy program) will move to the new Health Sciences building 20 minutes away. It will feature a full cadaver lab (not a digital simulation table) and several classrooms and simulation bays with high-fidelity medical models.
The first class is slated to seat 25, increasing by 10 students until the class is capped the third year at 45. The program is heavily geared toward providers who want to work in underprivileged areas/populations.
Good luck to everyone who applied!