A University for the Community
Northeast Ohio Medical University is – and always has been – a university for the community. For 40 years, NEOMED has been engaged in public service, and we remain focused on our mission to improve the health, economy and quality of life in the surrounding community and throughout Northeast Ohio. Whether we are developing experiences and programming for the local community, providing regional health care access to underserved communities, teaming with organizations to give back or collaborating with government, civic or private partners for successful economic development, NEOMED is committed to being a community partner.
of the Class of 2018 medicine students chose to stay in Ohio for their residency.
of the Class of 2018 pharmacy students who chose to go on to a residency will stay in Northeast Ohio.
NEOMED supports medical and STEM education, and provides a variety of camps, programs and educational experiences that expose students and others to careers in health care.
NEOMED students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteer their time to serve those in need, and also to show the importance of making a positive difference in our communities.
- Make a Difference Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
- NEOMED Spring Day of Service
Health & Wellness
Services and facilities on NEOMED’s campus give the community access to resources and opportunities to enhance the overall health and wellness of Northeast Ohio.
Looking for a healthy lunch option in the community, or want to have a cup of coffee with a friend to catch up? NEOMED welcomes the local community to come together on campus. Our campus options include The Bistro and Erie Island Coffee Shop.
- Erie Island Coffee
- The Bistro
Features & News
Graduates hear theme of humanities and understanding the patient’s narrative On May 19, 2018, Northeast Ohio Medical University conferred 221 […]
In a joint event to be held at Northeast Ohio Medical University, mental health funder and partner, Peg’s Foundation, will […]
Congratulations to Elisabeth Young, M.D. (’85), vice president for health affairs and dean of the College of Medicine, on being […]