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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine boasts a 103-year history of training osteopathic physicians and other medical and clinical professionals. We have trained more than 12,000 osteopathic physicians, and today there are more than 2,400 students studying at our Philadelphia and Georgia branch campuses.

Nearly 65 percent of PCOM DO graduates choose careers in primary care, and students in all of our programs are taught the osteopathic approach to medicine, a method of not just treating symptoms, but also caring for patients as a whole and helping them lead healthier lives. We continue to be innovative in our teaching methods and offer graduate and doctoral programs relevant to today’s medical and scientific marketplaces. PCOM's academic offerings include the doctor of osteopathic medicine degree, as well as graduate programs in biomedical sciences, physician assistant studies, forensic medicine, organizational development and leadership, and clinical and school psychology. Our Georgia Campus opened in 2005, and addresses needs specific to the southern United States including shortages of primary care physicians and other clinicians. In August 2010, we began offering a doctor of pharmacy degree at our Georgia Campus responding to the growing need for pharmacists. In August 2011, the Organizational Development and Leadership program expanded to our Georgia Campus.

PCOM calls upon its rich tradition of excellence in education and leadership to train its students, and once accepted, you become part of the PCOM legacy. PCOM is challenging and the academic training is rigorous. Because we challenge you to meet the highest goals, we pledge our full support in helping you reach them and are dedicated to providing each student with the resources to become a competent and caring professional.

For information on the application process for each of our programs, please click on Application Process on the navigation bar to the left.

Philadelphia Campus Programs
  Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine/ Doctor of Philosophy in Cellular and Molecular Biology
  Biomedical Sciences
  Physician Assistant Studies
  Forensic Medicine
  Clinical Psychology
  Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology
  School Psychology
  Organizational Development & Leadership
  Post Graduate Medical Research

Georgia Campus Programs
  Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia Campus
  Biomedical Sciences - Georgia Campus
  School of Pharmacy - Georgia Campus
  Organizational Development and Leadership - Georgia Campus

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Last Updated: 10/13/14