Here first. Healing together. Leaving a Legacy

Nationally recognized scholars

Residency Sites in Rural and Underserved Communities

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

State-of-the-art, Multi-million Dollar Simulation Center and Laboratories

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

Campbell’s Commitment to Medical Education

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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Medical Students Receive National Leadership Appointments

Medical Students Receive National Leadership Appointments

Four medical students were elected to national positions with the Student Osteopathic Medical Association at the Spring Convention in Washington DC making Campbell the medical school with the most national representatives.


Five Medical Students Recognized for Research at IPE Symposium

Five Medical Students Recognized for Research at IPE Symposium

Five medical students awarded Best Poster in their respective research categories in the Interprofessional Health Sciences Research Symposium


Dr. Khalil Eldeeb to be published, selected for fellowship and joins national faculty

Dr. Khalil Eldeeb to be published, selected for fellowship and joins national faculty

Khalil Eldeeb, MD, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology selected for 2016 Wake Forest MACHE HERO Fellowship, paper accepted in the Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology, and joined the NBOME as National Faculty in Pharmacology.

 


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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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