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Residency Sites in Rural and Underserved Communities

The people’s medical school, answering North Carolina’s
healthcare crisis

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Educating students through an interactive, hands-on learning environment designed to simulate real-life experiences

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Training future physicians for service in the local community and around the world

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The MISSION of the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) is to educate and prepare community-based osteopathic physicians in a Christian environment to care for the rural and underserved populations in North Carolina, the Southeastern United States and the nation.

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Accepted Students’ Day for the Class of 2019

Accepted Students’ Day for the Class of 2019

Eighty incoming medical students participated in Accepted Students’ Day at Campbell University’s school of medicine.


Dr. Peter A. Bell Addresses the Impact of Policy Issues on the Medical Profession

Dr. Peter A. Bell Addresses the Impact of Policy Issues on the Medical Profession

The Emergency Medicine Club hosts Dr. Peter A. Bell, DO, MBA, HPF, FACOEP-Dist., FACEP, to address the impact of policy issues on the medical profession.


Dr. Norman Gevitz Addressed “The Seventh Generation of DOs” at Grand Rounds

Dr. Norman Gevitz Addressed “The Seventh Generation of DOs” at Grand Rounds

Dr. Norman Gevitz, historian and author of “The DOs: Osteopathic Medicine in America”, spoke to the faculty and students about “The Seventh Generation of DOs” at this month’s Grand Rounds.


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On July 1, 2012, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) obtained “Provisional Accreditation” status, which permits CUSOM to admit students and offer instruction beginning in the 2013-14 academic year with an approved class size of 150.

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