Your career starts here
Starting in your very first term, you will spend an afternoon each week observing and working on-site with a practicing primary-care physician who will come to know you well over two years. You will feel the pulse of a real community practice, getting a read on what it takes. You will receive mentoring and career guidance from full-time faculty members who are invested in your success, and from clinical faculty at our affiliated institutions who will introduce you to national networks of possibility. You will rotate through five or six high-quality hospitals, and learn how different places organize and deliver their care. Though these ways and more, you will gain valuable insights about what you want in your own career — and the knowledge, contacts, skill sets that will position you for success once you start it.
By the numbers
Typical size of learning teams in our classroom setting
On-Campus Chapters of National Professional Organizations
Including the American Medical Student Association and American Medical Women’s Association.
Health- and Medicine-Related Student Interest Groups
From Medical Mandarin to Military Medicine