List of medical schools in the United States

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This list of medical schools in the United States includes major academic institutions that award either the Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degrees, either of which is required to become a physician or a surgeon in the United States. MD-granting medical schools are accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, while DO-granting medical schools are accredited by the American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation. There are presently 141 accredited MD-granting institutions[1] and 29 accredited DO-granting institutions[2] in the U.S.

Contents

Current medical schools

StateSchoolCityEst.First ClassDegreeNotes
AlabamaAlabama College of Osteopathic MedicineDothan2013DO
AlabamaUniversity of Alabama School of MedicineBirmingham & Tuscaloosa & Huntsville & Selma18591860MD1859-1897 Medical College of Alabama, 1897-1907 Medical Department of the University of Alabama, 19?? moved from Mobile to Tuscaloosa, 1945 moved from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham[3][4]
AlabamaUniversity of South Alabama College of MedicineMobile1972MD[5]
ArizonaA.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in ArizonaMesa20072011[6]DO
ArizonaMidwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic MedicineGlendale19952000DO
ArizonaUniversity of Arizona College of MedicineTucson & Phoenix1967MD
ArkansasUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/UAMS College of MedicineLittle Rock & Fayetteville18791880MD1879-1899 Arkansas Industrial University, 1899 University of Arkansas Medical Department, 1911 merged with College of Physicians and Surgeons[3]
CaliforniaKeck School of Medicine of University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles18851888MD1885 University of Southern California College of Medicine, 1909 college separates and affiliates with University of California to become the Los Angeles Medical Department, new department formed by affiliation with College of Physicians and Surgeons to become College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department of the University of Southern California, 1999 Keck School of Medicine[3]
CaliforniaLoma Linda University School of MedicineLoma Linda19091914MD1909 College of Medical Evangelists[3]
CaliforniaStanford University School of MedicinePalo Alto & San Francisco19081913MDAlso known as Leland Stanford, Junior, University School of Medicine. 1908 took over Cooper Medical College[3]
CaliforniaTouro University California College of Osteopathic MedicineVallejo19972001DO
CaliforniaUC San Diego School of MedicineSan Diego1968MD
CaliforniaUC Davis School of MedicineSacramento1966MD
CaliforniaUniversity of California, Irvine School of MedicineIrvine1896 as a private schoolMD1896 Pacific Sanitarium and School of Osteopathic Medicine, 1903 Pacific College of Osteopathy, 1914 merged with Los Angeles College of Osteopathy to form the College of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, 1961 California College of Medicine, 1962 granted degrees switch from DO to MD, 1967 acquired by UC Irvine to become UC Irvine School of Medicine[7]
CaliforniaDavid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLALos Angeles1951MD
CaliforniaUC Riverside School of MedicineRiverside20082017MDThe University of California Board of Regents approved establishment of the UCR School of Medicine in 2008, and it is projected to enroll its first incoming class of 50 medical students in fall 2013
CaliforniaUniversity of California, San Francisco School of MedicineSan Francisco1873MD1873 formed from Toland Medical College as the Medical Department of the University of California, 1909 merged with University of Southern California College of Medicine as the Los Angeles Medical Department, which was changed to a graduate school in 1914, 1915 merged with Hahnemann Medical College of the Pacific[3]
CaliforniaWestern University of Health Sciences

College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Pomona19771982[8]DO[9]
ColoradoRocky Vista University College of Osteopathic MedicineParker20082012DO
ColoradoUniversity of Colorado School of MedicineAurora18831885MD1883 Colorado School of Medicine in Boulder, 1892 expanded to Denver, 1911 merged with Denver and Gross College of Medicine, 2004 moved from Denver to Aurora[3][10]
ConnecticutUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicineFarmington1961MD[11]
ConnecticutYale School of MedicineNew Haven18101814MD1810 Medical Institution of Yale College, 1879 Medical Department of Yale College, 1884 Connecticut Medical Society surrendered its authority to the College, 1887 Yale College became Yale University[3]
District of ColumbiaGeorge Washington University Medical SchoolWashington, D.C.18241826MD1825 Medical Department of Columbian College, aka National Medical College, 1873 Medical Department of Columbian University, 1903 absorbed National University Medical Department, 1904 Department of Medicine of George Washington University[3]
District of ColumbiaGeorgetown University School of MedicineWashington, D.C.18511852MD[3]
District of ColumbiaHoward University College of MedicineWashington, D.C.18671871MD[3]
FloridaFlorida International University College of MedicineMiami20062009MD
FloridaFlorida State University College of MedicineTallahassee20002005MD
FloridaLake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at BradentonBradenton20042008DO
FloridaUniversity of Miami Miller School of MedicineMiami1952MD
FloridaFlorida Atlantic University Schmidt College of MedicineBoca Raton20102011MD
FloridaNova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic MedicineDavie19791985DO
FloridaUniversity of Central Florida College of MedicineOrlando20062009MD
FloridaUniversity of Florida College of MedicineGainesville & Jacksonville1956MD
FloridaUniversity of South Florida College of MedicineTampa1971MD
GeorgiaEmory University School of MedicineAtlanta1915MD1915 Medical Department of Emory University, 1917 Emory University School of Medicine[3]
GeorgiaMedical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents UniversityAugusta & Athens18281833MDTemporarily known as the University of Georgia School of Medicine during the late 1800s/early 1900s. In 2010, MCG/UGA Medical Partnership opened in Athens, GA.[3] In 2011, the umbrella university was renamed Georgia Health Sciences University; thus, the Medical College of Georgia now refers only to the former School of Medicine. In 2013, Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University we consolidated into one new university named Georgia Regents University.
GeorgiaMercer University School of MedicineMacon1982MD
GeorgiaMorehouse School of MedicineAtlanta1975MD
GeorgiaPhiladelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia CampusAtlanta20052009DO
HawaiiUniversity of Hawaii John A. Burns School of MedicineHonolulu1973MD
IllinoisRosalind Franklin University - Chicago Medical SchoolNorth Chicago19121915MD1912 Chicago Hospital College of Medicine, 1917 also known as Fort Dearborn Hospital Medical School[3]
IllinoisNorthwestern University Feinberg School of MedicineChicago18591860MD1859 Medical Department Lind University, 1864 Chicago Medical College (independent), 1869 affiliated with Northwestern University, 1891 Northwestern University Medical School, 2002 Feinberg School of Medicine[3]
IllinoisMidwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic MedicineDowners Grove1900DO
IllinoisUniversity of Chicago Pritzker School of MedicineChicago1927MD
IllinoisRush Medical CollegeChicago18371844MD1887 became Medical Department Lake Forest University, 1898-1942 affiliated with University of Chicago, 1942-1969 suspended, 1972 affiliated with Rush University[3]
IllinoisSouthern Illinois University School of MedicineSpringfield1970MD[12]
IllinoisLoyola University Chicago Stritch School of MedicineMaywood1915MD1910 created by affiliation with Bennett Medical College, 1911 absorbed Reliance Medical College, 1915 Loyola University assumed full control, 1917 purchased Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery and became Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, School of Medicine of Loyola University, 1948 renamed Stritch School of Medicine, 1968 moved from Chicago to Maywood[3]
IllinoisUniversity of Illinois College of MedicineChicago, Urbana, Peoria, & Rockford18821883MD1882 College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1897 Medical Department of the University of Illinois, 1910 absorbed American Medical Missionary College[3]
IndianaIndiana University School of MedicineIndianapolis
Bloomington,
Fort Wayne,
Terre Haute,
South Bend,
Lafayette,
Gary,
Evansville,
Muncie
19031908MD1907 merged with the State College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1908 merged with Indiana Medical College[3]
IndianaMarian University College of Osteopathic MedicineIndianapolis20102013DO
IowaDes Moines University College of Osteopathic MedicineDes Moines1898DO
IowaThe University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of MedicineIowa City18691871MD1869 University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1913 merged with Drake University College of Medicine[3]
KansasUniversity of Kansas School of MedicineKansas City18801906MD1880-1905 preparatory course in Lawrence, 1889 expanded to Rosedale, 1905 absorbed Kansas City (MO) Medical College, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Medico-Chirurgial College of Kansas City, 1913 absorbed Kansas Medical College, 1924 moved to Kansas City[3][13]
KentuckyUniversity of Kentucky College of MedicineLexington1960MD
KentuckyUniversity of Louisville School of MedicineLouisville18371838MD1837 Louisville Medical Institute, 1846 Medical Department University of Louisville, 1907 merged with Kentucky University Medical Department, 1908 merged with Kentucky School of Medicine and the Louisville and Hospital Medical College[3]
KentuckyUniversity of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic MedicinePikeville19972001DOFounded as Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine. Name changed in 2011 when its parent school changed its name to the University of Pikeville.
LouisianaLouisiana State University School of Medicine in New OrleansNew Orleans1931MD
LouisianaLouisiana State University School of Medicine in ShreveportShreveport1969MD
LouisianaTulane University School of MedicineNew Orleans18341835MD1834 Medical College of Louisiana, 1847 Medical Department University of Louisiana, 1884 Medical Department of the Tulane University of Louisiana, 1913 School of Medicine of the College of Medicine of the Tulane University of Louisiana[3]
MaineUniversity of New England College of Osteopathic MedicineBiddeford19781982DO
MarylandJohns Hopkins University School of MedicineBaltimore18871897MDPreliminary course only until 1893[3]
MarylandUniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of MedicineBethesda1972MD
MarylandUniversity of Maryland School of MedicineBaltimore18071810MD1807 College of Medicine of Maryland, 1812 University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1913 merged with Baltimore Medical College, 1915 merged with College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore and renamed University of Maryland School of Medicine and the College of Physicians and Surgeons[3]
MassachusettsBoston University School of MedicineBoston1848MD1848-1874 New England Female Medical College (homeopathic)[3]
MassachusettsHarvard Medical SchoolBoston17821788MD[3] The medical-consulting arm of Harvard Medical School (HMS), Partners Harvard Medical International (PHMI), is in a 10 year collaboration agreement with the Lebanese American University (LAU) Medical School.
MassachusettsTufts University School of MedicineBoston18931894MD1893 Tufts College Medical School, 1954 Tufts University School of Medicine[3]
MassachusettsUniversity of Massachusetts Medical SchoolWorcester1962MD
MichiganMichigan State University College of Human MedicineEast Lansing, Grand Rapids1964MD
MichiganMichigan State University College of Osteopathic MedicineEast Lansing, Detroit, Clinton Township1969DO
MichiganUniversity of Michigan Medical SchoolAnn Arbor18501851MD[3]
MichiganOakland University William Beaumont School of MedicineRochester2011MD[3]
MichiganWayne State University School of MedicineDetroit18681869MD1868 Detroit Medical College, 1885 merged with Michigan College of Medicine to form Detroit College of Medicine, 1913 Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1934 Wayne University School of Medicine, 1956 Wayne State School of Medicine[3][14]
MinnesotaMayo Clinic College of MedicineRochester1972MD
MinnesotaUniversity of Minnesota Medical SchoolMinneapolis18881889MD1888 University of Minnesota College of Medicine and Surgery created by merger of University of Minnesota College of Medicine, St. Paul Medical College, and Minnesota Hospital College, 1908 absorbed Minneapolis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1909 merged with College of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, 1913 University of Minnesota Medical School[3][15]
MississippiUniversity of Mississippi School of MedicineJackson1903MD1955 moved from Oxford to Jackson[3]
MississippiWilliam Carey University College of Osteopathic MedicineHattiesburg20092014DO
MissouriA. T. Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic MedicineKirksville1892DOWorld's first school of osteopathic medicine.
MissouriKansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic MedicineKansas City1916DO
MissouriSaint Louis University School of MedicineSt. Louis1901[nb 1]1902MD1901 created by merger of Marion-Sims Medical College and Beaumont Hospital Medical College as Marion-Sims-Beaumont Medical College, 1903 Medical Department of the St. Louis University[3]
MissouriUniversity of Missouri-Columbia School of MedicineColumbia18451846MD1845 located in St. Louis, 1855 suspended, 1872 reorganized in Columbia, 1909-1957 suspended teaching of clinical years[3][16]
MissouriUniversity of Missouri–Kansas City School of MedicineKansas City1971MD
MissouriWashington University School of MedicineSt. Louis1891MD1891 Medical Department of Washington University created by affiliation with St. Louis Medical College, 1899 absorbed Missouri Medical College[3]
NebraskaCreighton University School of MedicineOmaha18921893MD[3]
NebraskaUniversity of Nebraska College of MedicineOmaha18811882MD1881 Omaha Medical College created as outgrowth of Nebraska School of Medicine (preparatory school), 1891 Medical Department Omaha University, 1892 College of Medicine of the University of Nebraska[3]
NevadaTouro University Nevada College of Osteopathic MedicineHenderson20042008DO
NevadaUniversity of Nevada School of MedicineReno1967MD
New HampshireGeisel School of Medicine at DartmouthHanover17971798MD[3]
New JerseyUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – New Jersey Medical SchoolNewark1954MD1954 Seton Hall College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Jersey City, 1965 New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry, 1968 moved to Newark, 1970 College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey established as parent institution, became the New Jersey Medical School, 1981 CMDNJ became University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey[17]
New JerseyUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Robert Wood Johnson Medical SchoolPiscataway, New Brunswick, & Camden1961MD1961 Rutgers Medical School, 1970 College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey established as parent institution, 1981 CMDNJ became University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 1986 Robert Wood Johnson Medical School[18]
New JerseyCooper Medical School of Rowan UniversityCamden20092012MD[19]
New JerseyUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – School of Osteopathic MedicineStratford19761981DO[20]
New MexicoUniversity of New Mexico School of MedicineAlbuquerque1961MD
New YorkAlbany Medical CollegeAlbany18381839MD1873 merged with Union University[3]
New YorkAlbert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva UniversityThe Bronx1955MD
New YorkColumbia University College of Physicians and SurgeonsManhattan17671769MD1767 Medical Faculty of King's College, 1792 Medical Faculty of Columbia College, 1814 merged with the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York, 1860 Medical Department of Columbia College, 1896 Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons[3]
New YorkHofstra University North Shore–LIJ School of MedicineHempstead20102011MD
New YorkMount Sinai School of MedicineManhattan1963MD
New YorkNew York Institute of Technology New York College of Osteopathic MedicineOld Westbury19771981DO
New YorkNew York Medical CollegeValhalla18581861MD1860 Homeopathic Medical College of the State of New York, 1869 New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1887 New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital, 1908 New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; 1918 accepted transfer students from closed New York Medical College and Hospital for Women; 1972 moved from Manhattan to Valhalla[3][21]
New YorkNew York University School of MedicineManhattan18411842MD1841 Medical Department of the University of the City of New York, 1896 New York University Medical College, 1898 merged with Bellevue Hospital Medical College to form University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1935 New York University College of Medicine, 1960 New York University School of Medicine[3][22]
New YorkState University of New York at Stony Brook School of MedicineStony Brook1971MD[23]
New YorkState University of New York Upstate Medical UniversitySyracuse18341835MD1834 Medical Institution of Geneva College, 1861 Geneva Medical College, 1872 moved to Syracuse to become the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Syracuse University, 1875 Syracuse University College of Medicine, 1950 State University of New York (SUNY) College of Medicine at Syracuse, 1953 SUNY Upstate Medical Center, 1986 SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, 1999 SUNY Upstate Medical University[3][24]
New YorkState University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of MedicineBrooklyn18581860MD1858 Long Island College Hospital, 1931 Long Island College of Medicine, 1950 SUNY Downstate[3][25]
New YorkTouro College of Osteopathic MedicineManhattan20072011DO
New YorkUniversity at Buffalo, the State University of New York School of Medicine & Biomedical SciencesBuffalo18461847MD1846 University of Buffalo Department of Medicine, 1898 absorbed Medical Department Niagara University[3]
New YorkUniversity of Rochester School of Medicine and DentistryRochester1925MD[26]
New YorkWeill Cornell Medical CollegeManhattan18981899MD1898 Cornell University Medical College[3]
North CarolinaBrody School of Medicine at East Carolina UniversityGreenville1977MD
North CarolinaCampbell University School of Osteopathic MedicineBuies Creek20112013DO
North CarolinaDuke University School of MedicineDurham1930MD
North CarolinaUniversity of North Carolina School of MedicineChapel Hill1879MD1879-1890 preparatory school, 1902-1910 clinical department at Raleigh[3]
North CarolinaWake Forest School of MedicineWinston-Salem1902MD1956 moved from Wake Forest to Winston-Salem;[3] formerly known as the Bowman Gray School of Medicine
North DakotaUniversity of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health SciencesGrand Forks1905MD1905 preparatory only, 1973 began to grant MD degrees, 1981 transitioned to full 4-year school[3][27]
OhioThe Wright State University Boonshoft School of MedicineDayton1973MD
OhioCase Western Reserve University School of MedicineCleveland18431844MD1843 Cleveland Medical College also known as Hudson Medical College, 1881 merged with part of the Medical Department of Wooster University to become the Medical Department of Western Reserve University, 1910 absorbed the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1913 Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1967 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine[3]
OhioCleveland Clinic Lerner College of MedicineCleveland2002MD5-year physician-scientist program in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University
OhioNortheast Ohio Medical UniversityRootstown1973MD
OhioOhio University College of Osteopathic MedicineAthens19751980DO
OhioThe Ohio State University College of MedicineColumbus1914MD1914 created by affiliation of Starling-Ohio Medical College[3][28]
OhioUniversity of Cincinnati College of MedicineCincinnati18191821MD1819 Medical College of Ohio, 1846 merged with Cincinnati Medical College, 1857-1865 merged with Miami Medical College, 1896 Medical Department of the University of Cincinnati, 1909 merged with Miami Medical College again to become the Ohio-Miami Medical College of the University of Cincinnati, 1911 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine[3]
OhioUniversity of Toledo College of MedicineToledo1964MD
OklahomaOklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic MedicineTulsa19721978DO
OklahomaUniversity of Oklahoma College of MedicineOklahoma City1900MD[3]
OregonOregon Health & Science University School of MedicinePortland18871888MD1887 University of Oregon Medical School, 1913 absorbed Willamette University Medical Department, 1974 University of Oregon Health Sciences Center became the parent institution of School of Medicine[3][29]
OregonCollege of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, NorthwestLebanon20112015DO2011 Western University of Health Sciences opened branch campus in Oregon.[30]
PennsylvaniaThe Commonwealth Medical CollegeScranton2008MD
PennsylvaniaDrexel University College of MedicinePhiladelphia1848MD1848 Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1869 merged with Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia and took its name, 1885 Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia, 1995 merged with Medical College of Pennsylvania to form MCP Hahnemann School of Medicine of Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, 2002 Drexel University College of Medicine[3][31]
PennsylvaniaJefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson UniversityPhiladelphia18241826MD1824 Medical Department Jefferson College, Canonsburg[3]
PennsylvaniaLake Erie College of Osteopathic MedicineErie19921997DO
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania State University College of MedicineHershey1963MD
PennsylvaniaPerelman School of Medicine at the University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia17651768MD1765 College of Philadelphia Department of Medicine, 1909 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1916 absorbed Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia, 1971 University of Pennsylvania Department of Medicine, 2011 Renamed to (Raymond and Ruth) Perelman School of Medicine[3]
PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia College of Osteopathic MedicinePhiladelphia1899DO
PennsylvaniaTemple University School of MedicinePhiladelphia, Pittsburgh (begins 2013), Bethlehem (begins 2011)19011904MD1901-1909 night school[3]
PennsylvaniaUniversity of Pittsburgh School of MedicinePittsburgh18861887MD1886 Western Pennsylvania Medical College, 1908 University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine[3]
Puerto RicoUniversidad Central del Caribe School of MedicineBayamón1976MD
Puerto RicoPonce School of MedicinePonce1977MD
Puerto RicoSan Juan Bautista School of MedicineCaguas1978MDPlaced on probation by the LCME 18 November 2011[32]
Puerto RicoUniversity of Puerto Rico School of MedicineSan Juan1950MD
Rhode IslandWarren Alpert Medical School of Brown UniversityProvidence18111814MD1811 Brown University Medical Department, 1827-1972 suspended, 1972 Program in Medicine, 1991 Brown University School of Medicine, 2000 Brown Medical School, 2007 Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University[3][33]
South CarolinaMedical University of South Carolina College of MedicineCharleston18231825MD1823 Medical College of South Carolina, 1838 merged with Medical College of the State of South Carolina and took its name[3]
South CarolinaUniversity of South Carolina School of MedicineColumbia1977MD[34]
South CarolinaVirginia College of Osteopathic Medicine: Carolinas CampusSpartanburg20102011DOOn the campus of Wofford College[35]
South DakotaSanford School of Medicine of the University of South DakotaVermillion1907MD1907 University of South Dakota College of Medicine, 2005 Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota[3][36]
TennesseeEast Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of MedicineJohnson City1978MD
TennesseeLincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic MedicineHarrogate2007DO
TennesseeMeharry Medical College School of MedicineNashville18761877MDAfrican American. 1876 Medical Department of Central Tennessee College, 1900 Medical Department of Walden University, 1916 Meharry Medical College[3]
TennesseeUniversity of Tennessee College of MedicineMemphis1911MD1911 formed by Medical Department University of Tennessee merger with University of Nashville Medical Department and absorbed the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1913 merged with Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1914 merged with Lincoln Memorial University Medical Department[3]
TennesseeVanderbilt University School of MedicineNashville18741875MD1874-1895 united with Medical Department University of Nashville[3]
TexasBaylor College of MedicineHouston, Texas19001901MD1900 University of Dallas Medical Department, 1903 Medical Department of Baylor University at Waco, Texas, 1904 acquired Dallas Medical College, 1918 acquired Fort Worth School of Medicine, Medical Department of Texas Christian University, 1943 moved from Dallas to Houston, 1969 Baylor College of Medicine[3][37]
TexasTexas A&M Health Science Center College of MedicineCollege Station, Texas1977MD
TexasTexas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of MedicineEl Paso, Texas2008MDOne of two medical schools within the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
TexasTexas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of MedicineLubbock, Texas1969MDOriginally the Texas Tech University School of Medicine (1969 – 79). One of two medical schools within the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
TexasUniversity of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Texas College of Osteopathic MedicineFort Worth, Texas19701974DO
TexasUniversity of Texas Medical School at HoustonHouston, Texas1972MD
TexasUniversity of Texas Medical School at San AntonioSan Antonio, Texas1959MD
TexasUniversity of Texas Medical Branch School of MedicineGalveston, Texas18911892MD1891 University of Texas Department of Medicine[3]
TexasUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical School at DallasDallas, Texas1943MD
UtahUniversity of Utah School of MedicineSalt Lake City1906MD[3]
VermontUniversity of Vermont College of MedicineBurlington18221823MD1836-1853 suspended[3]
VirginiaEastern Virginia Medical SchoolNorfolk1973MD
VirginiaUniversity of Virginia School of MedicineCharlottesville18271828MD1827 University of Virginia Department of Medicine[3]
VirginiaVirginia Commonwealth University School of MedicineRichmond18381839MD1838 Medical Department Hampden Sydney College, 1854 Medical College of Virginia, 1913 absorbed University College of Medicine, 1914 absorbed North Carolina Medical College, 1968 Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine[3][38]
VirginiaEdward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic MedicineBlacksburg20022007DOShares space on research park associated with the Virginia Tech but not the medical school for the Virginia Tech, which is located in Roanoke
VirginiaVirginia Tech Carilion School of MedicineRoanoke2010MD[39]
WashingtonPacific Northwest University of Health SciencesYakima20052012DO
WashingtonUniversity of Washington School of MedicineSeattle1946MD
West VirginiaWest Virginia School of Osteopathic MedicineLewisburg19741978DO
West VirginiaWest Virginia University School of MedicineMorgantown
Charleston
Martinsburg.
1902MD[3][40]
West VirginiaJoan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall UniversityHuntington1977MD
WisconsinMedical College of WisconsinMilwaukee19121913MD1912 formed as Marquette University School of Medicine by lease of Milwaukee Medical College and purchase of Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1970 Medical College of Wisconsin[3][41]
WisconsinUniversity of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public HealthMadison1907MD1907 University of Wisconsin Medical School[3]

Developing medical schools

These medical schools are still in the process of undergoing accreditation and are not yet accepting student applications.

StateSchoolCityDegreeAnticipated Inaugural Class
ArizonaMayo Medical School-Arizona[42]ScottsdaleMD2014
CaliforniaUniversity of California, Merced School of Medicine[43]MercedMD2013
CaliforniaUniversity of California, Riverside School of Medicine[44]RiversideMD2013
CaliforniaThe Scripps Research Institute School of MedicineLa JollaMD2013[45](Canceled)
CaliforniaCalifornia Northstate University College of Medicine[46]Elk GroveMD2013
ConnecticutFrank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University[47]North HavenMD2013 or 2014
FloridaPalm Beach Medical CollegePalm BeachMDUnder Discussion
IndianaMarian University College of Osteopathic Medicine[48]IndianapolisDO2013
MichiganCentral Michigan University College of Medicine[49]Mount PleasantMD2013
MichiganWestern Michigan University School of Medicine[50]KalamazooMD2014
MissouriMissouri Southern State University KCUMB PartnershipJoplinDO2012
New MexicoNew Mexico State University College of Osteopathic MedicineLas CrucesDOUnder Discussion
North CarolinaCampbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine[51]Buies CreekDO2013
OklahomaOU - TU School of Community Medicine[52]TulsaMD2014
PennsylvaniaLake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at Seton Hill University[53]GreensburgDO2009
PennsylvaniaTemple University School of Medicine at West Penn Allegheny Health System[54]PittsburghMD2013
VirginiaKing College, School of Medicine[55]AbingdonMD2013 or 2014
TexasUniversity of Houston[citation needed]HoustonMDUnder Discussion
TexasUniversity of TexasAustinMDUnder Discussion
TexasUniversity of North Texas Health Science CenterFort WorthMD2014,Under Discussion
TexasUniversity of the Incarnate Word [56]San AntonioDOUnder Discussion
WisconsinWisconsin College of Osteopathic Medicine[57]De PereDO2013 or 2014, Under Discussion

See also

MCOW is going to be at St. Norbert's College in De Pere, WI; NOT Wausau!

Notes

  1. ^ St. Louis University had a previous Medical Department from 1842-1855 that became the independent St. Louis Medical College, and later the Medical Department of Washington University in 1891.

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