Our vision is to become the number one primary care medical school in the country, and transformational growth is underway now as we open two additional campuses, one in central Ohio and one in northeastern Ohio.

With three campuses and a our statewide network of training hospitals, Ohio is becoming a national destination for medical education. If you are a student, a faculty member or a partner in health care, we want you to be a part of shaping that future.

The first class of 50 medical students at the new Central Ohio Extension Campus will begin in July 2014, and the Northeastern Ohio Extension Campus is slated to welcome a class of 32 medical students in July 2015, assuming approvals by college accreditation agencies.

Our new campuses mean greater engagement of the regional health systemsí specialists who, as clinical faculty members, will share their knowledge and experiences with students at all three campuses. Importantly, the new campuses will be closer to home for our many medical school applicants from the Northeastern and Central Ohio areas, creating a strong incentive for more medical students to train at OHIO and stay in Ohio to practice. Join us.

News & Updates

Ohio University breaks ground at new medical school campus in Dublin
[July 30, 2013]

Take a virtual tour of our new Central Ohio Campus in Dublin
OU-HCOM approved to move forward on its northeast Ohio campus in partnership with Cleveland Clinic [May 16, 2013]
OU-HCOM announces approval to move forward on its Central Ohio Extension Campus (December 7, 2012)
Dean Johnson's Address on the OU-HCOM Central Campus
[December 5, 2012]
Reception celebrates OU-HCOMís planned extension campus at Cleveland Clinic
[November 26, 2012]
Reception celebrates OU-HCOM partners at new extension campus site
[November 6, 2012]
Deanís Brown Bag/Community Forum on the Central Ohio and Northeastern Ohio Campuses  [November 6, 2012]
Funding for the new campus in central Ohio comes in part from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation's historic April 2011 gift, which stands as one of the largest single gifts given to a U.S. medical school. The $105 million supports college initiatives that enrich primary care medical education, enhance research that addresses our most pervasive health issues, and improve community health.

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Last updated: 09/05/2013