William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM) is committed to training servant physicians and servant leaders that demonstrate humility, empathy, and compassion while providing culturally competent healthcare to all individuals, with special attention directed to the medically underserved and diverse populations of the state, region, nation and across the globe.

For this reason, WCUCOM has created several curricular tracks with an emphasis on primary care, lifelong learning, research and scholarly activities, and service that will provide students with holistic and humanistic experiences throughout the four-year curriculum as well as in electives and selective courses where clinical bedside teaching is utilized. These curricular tracks currently include a global health track, rural health track, and population health track

Global Health Track
Rural Health Track - Coming Soon
Population Health Track - Coming Soon

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