The $105 million gift from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations that we received in April 2011 makes possible our vision to become a national leader in primary care medical education and medical research.

This historic gift will be used to address some of the state’s and the nation’s most pressing health care issues—the impending shortage of primary care physicians and the diabetes epidemic. Transformational changes to our medical school are under way now. This includes initiatives designed to reengineer primary care education and service to Ohio, enhance our community care programs, and expand our medical research and research education endeavors.

Our goal is to become nothing less than the leader in primary care education.

OU-HCOM announces approval to move forward on its Central Ohio Extension Campus [December 7, 2012]
Reception celebrates OU-HCOM’s planned extension campus at Cleveland Clinic [November 26, 2012]
Reception celebrates OU-HCOM partners at new extension campus site
[November 6, 2012]
Berryman to head-up Ohio University’s newly formed Diabetes Institute
[September 19, 2012]
Dublin is the site of new Ohio University medical school extension campus
[July 17, 2012]
First class of medical students graduate with college’s new name
[June 2, 2012]
New OMNI Professor Focuses on How Brain, Cells Change as We Age
[May 30, 2012]
New scholarship honors advocacy of OU-HCOM dean
[May 9, 2012]
OhioHealth and Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Enter Formal Agreement to Support New Dublin Campus
[April 17, 2012]
Endowed research chair named in honor of John Kopchick, Ph.D.
[January 24, 2012]
Dublin, Ohio site to be negotiated, purchased for medical school campus
[November 18, 2011]
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