Medical School Admissions

Become a doctor

Medical School Admissions at NEOMED

Whether you want to serve as a primary care physician in an underserved area or prepare for a specialty within the world’s best health systems, you can attend NEOMED to accomplish your career goals.

Which Path To Becoming A Physician Is The Right Fit For You?

Start the Early Assurance Program

If you are interested in:

  • Reserving your seat in medical school as a college sophomore
  • Attending Baldwin-Wallace, Hiram College, Kent State University or The University of Akron as an undergraduate student
  • Attending Cleveland State University through the CSU-NEOMED Partnership for Urban Health as an undergraduate student
  • Attending Youngstown State University as an undergraduate student in the YSU Bacc./Med program

 

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Start the Post-Baccalaureate Early Assurance Program

If you are interested in:

  • Building upon your existing bachelor’s degree as a college graduate by strengthening your academic preparation to succeed in medical school
  • Entering medical school and becoming a doctor as a second career from the medical field
  • Practicing as a community-based doctor in an urban setting in a primary care field such as family medicine
  • Participating in distinctive hands-on, co-curricular service and shadowing opportunities and pre-medicine courses at Cleveland State University exclusively for CSU-NEOMED Partnership for Urban Health students

 

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Start the Traditional Admission Process

If you are interested in:

  • Applying to medical school after obtaining your undergraduate or graduate degree
  • Applying to medical school in your last year prior to completing you bachelor’s degree

 

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Transfer to NEOMED

If you are interested in:

  • Advancing community health in Northeast Ohio and beyond,
  • AND are entering either your second year or third year of medical school.

 

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Why NEOMED?

Students graduating from this program will:

  • Have an understanding of and experience with the diverse patients to whom they will administer care
  • Hone clinical skills through participation in experiences and clerkship rotations throughout northern and central Ohio in a distinctive community-based physician education model
  • Enter residencies, world-ready, in a variety of primary care and specialty practice areas committed to improving community health in a leadership role

Contact

For admission questions pertaining to the College of Medicine, email jthompson@neomed.edu

For admission questions pertaining to the College of Pharmacy, email kjeroski@neomed.edu

Thank you.