Become a Doctor.
Patient-centered. Community-based. Interprofessionally educated.
The College of Medicine at NEOMED is in its fifth decade of developing physicians from and for Ohio. And while many of our students focus on primary care in underserved areas, making great use of the College’s partnerships which offer teaching hospitals and facilities with more than 30 regionally located health systems and major universities, others find themselves equally prepared for specialty areas and are in demand by the world’s best health systems.
Why The College of Medicine?
teaching hospitals & health care partners
graduate residency match rate
Find the Path that’s right for you
Post-Bacc Early Assurance
Build upon your existing bachelor’s degree while strengthening your academic preparation to succeed in medical school through distinctive hands-on, co-curricular service and shadowing opportunities and pre-medicine courses at Cleveland State University.
If you are interested in applying to medical school after obtaining your undergraduate or graduate degree; or applying to medical school in your last year prior to completing your bachelor’s degree.
Transfer to NEOMED
Transfer to medical school at NEOMED as a third-year medical school student if you are in good academic standing; and are currently enrolled in medical school (allopathic or osteopathic); and have passed the USMLE Step 1 Examination.
Advancing Students Who Are in High Demand.
NEOMED students have matched with four out of the five best hospitals in the country (according to U.S. News & World Report). They are employed in every state in the U.S., with approximately 2,000 employed in Ohio alone.
Latest News & Stories
- As the daughter of a basketball coach, Holly Gerzina, Ph.D., M.Ed., grew up observing the value of practice. Now, as the senior executive director of the Wasson Center for Clinical Skills Training, Assessment, and Scholarship, she oversees a team that helps NEOMED students and others learn to work with Standardized Patients as preparation for their [...]Read more
- Heart problems could rise along with increased incidences of influenza this year, says a report on WKBN27 Youngstown (Ohio). “Health experts say there could be an uptick in cases this year as more places are open and less people are wearing masks. Because the flu is a risk factor for heart issues, more people could [...]Read more
- Cleveland’s University Hospitals ENT Virtual Visiting Distinguished Professor Lecture Series will present Duane Taylor, M.D. (’85), past president of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19. A 1985 graduate of NEOMED (then NEOUCOM), Dr. Taylor has practiced as an otolaryngologist and facial plastic surgeon in the [...]Read more
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NEOMED is unique in that it is a health sciences university that places great emphasis on the value of the humanities.
– Ileana Horattas, M.D. (’18)