List of medical schools in the United States

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This list of medical schools in the United States includes current and developing academic institutions which award the Doctor of Medicine (MD), or the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) a professional level of education, either of which is required for comprehensive practice as a physician or a surgeon in the United States. MD-granting medical schools are accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education while osteopathic DO-granting medical schools are accredited by the American Osteopathic Association Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation. There are currently 155 accredited MD-granting institutions,[1] and 38 accredited DO-granting institutions[2] in the United States.

Delaware, Alaska, Montana, and Wyoming are the only states that lack independent medical schools. Idaho and Maine are the only states with DO-granting schools, but no MD-granting programs, although University of Idaho participates in the WWAMI Regional Medical Education Program. New York has the most MD-granting medical schools at 15.[3]

Current schools and colleges of medicine[edit]

These schools grant the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree.

State School City Est. Entering year of first class Affiliated hospitals/medical center(s) Notes
Alabama University of Alabama at Birmingham Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine Birmingham Campus (main); Tuscaloosa Regional Campus (only clinical years); Huntsville Regional Medical Campus (only clinical years) & Montgomery Regional Medical Campus (only clinical years) 1859 1860 UAB Health System 1859–1897 Medical College of Alabama, 1897–1907 Medical Department of the University of Alabama, later moved from Mobile to Tuscaloosa, 1945 moved from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham[4][5]
Alabama University of South Alabama College of Medicine Mobile 1972 University of South Alabama Health System[6][7]
Arizona Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine Rochester; Scottsdale / Phoenix; Jacksonville(Only clinical years) 2017 2017 Mayo Clinic Health System[8]
Arizona University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson Tucson 1967 1967 Banner University Medical Center Tucson[9]
Arizona The University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix Phoenix 2012 2012 Banner University Medical Center Phoenix[9] Began as a 2-year branch campus of the University of Arizona College of Medicine in 1992 and a 4-year branch campus in 2007. Established as a separate medical school with the 2012 entering class[9]
Arkansas UAMS College of Medicine Little Rock & Fayetteville, Arkansas (3rd and 4th-year students) 1879 1880 UAMS Medical Center[10] 1879–1899 Arkansas Industrial University, 1899 University of Arkansas Medical Department, 1911 merged with College of Physicians and Surgeons[4]
California California Northstate University College of Medicine Elk Grove 2015 2015 Kaiser Permanente of Northern California[11]

Dignity Health System[11]

The first for-profit medical school in the U.S.[12]
California California University of Science and Medicine San Bernardino 2015 2018 Arrowhead Regional Medical Center[13] The California University of Science and Medicine (CUSM) School of Medicine is a private, not-for-profit medical school with a mission to improve healthcare by training exceptional future physicians to advance the art and science of medicine through innovative medical education, research, and compassionate health care delivery.[14]
California Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Willowbrook 1966 California Hospital Medical Center[15]

Adventist Health Bakersfield[15]

HBCU. Sometimes referred to as King-Drew University. Probation in 2009 noncompliances with the Commission Standards. This was rescinded in 2011 by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. [16]
California Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Pasadena 2020 2020 Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center[17]
California Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California Los Angeles 1885 1888 Keck Hospital of USC[18] 1885 University of Southern California College of Medicine, 1909 college separates and affiliates with University of California to become the Los Angeles Medical Department, new department formed by affiliation with College of Physicians and Surgeons to become College of Physicians and Surgeons, Medical Department of the University of Southern California, 1999 Keck School of Medicine[4]
California Loma Linda University School of Medicine Loma Linda 1909 1914 Loma Linda University Medical Center[19] 1909 as College of Medical Evangelists[4]
California Stanford University School of Medicine Palo Alto 1908 1913 Stanford University Medical Center[20] Also known as Leland Stanford, Jr. University School of Medicine. 1908 took over Cooper Medical College[4]
California University of California, Davis School of Medicine Sacramento 1966 UC Davis Medical Center[21]
California University of California, Irvine School of Medicine Irvine 1896 as a private school University of California, Irvine Medical Center[22] 1896 Pacific Sanitarium and School of Osteopathic Medicine, 1903 Pacific College of Osteopathy, 1914 merged with Los Angeles College of Osteopathy to form the College of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, 1961 California College of Medicine, 1962 granted degrees switch from DO to MD, 1967 acquired by UC Irvine to become UC Irvine School of Medicine[23]
California David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Los Angeles 1951 Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center[24][25]
California University of California, Riverside School of Medicine Riverside 2008 2013 UCR Health[26] The University of California Board of Regents approved establishment of the School of Medicine in 2008. Inaugural class of 50 medical students entered in fall 2013.
California University of California, San Diego School of Medicine San Diego 1968 University of California, San Diego Medical Center[27]
California UCSF School of Medicine San Francisco; Fresno 1864 UCSF Medical Center[28] Founded in 1864, Toland Medical College became affiliated with the University of California in 1873.[29] The school occupies seven major sites in the San Francisco Bay Area and Fresno.[30]
Colorado University of Colorado School of Medicine Aurora 1883 1885 University of Colorado Hospital[31] 1883 Colorado School of Medicine in Boulder, 1892 expanded to Denver, 1911 merged with Denver and Gross College of Medicine, 2004 moved from Denver to Aurora[4][32]
Connecticut Frank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University[33] North Haven 2010 2013 St. Vincent's Medical Center[34]

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center[34]

Connecticut University of Connecticut School of Medicine Farmington 1961 University of Connecticut Health Center[35][36]
Connecticut Yale School of Medicine New Haven 1810 1814 Yale New Haven Hospital[37] 1810 Medical Institution of Yale College, 1879 Medical Department of Yale College, 1884 Connecticut Medical Society surrendered its authority to the college, 1887 Yale College became Yale University[4]
District of Columbia George Washington University Medical School Washington, D.C. 1824 1826 George Washington University Hospital[38] 1825 Medical Department of Columbian College, aka National Medical College, 1873 Medical Department of Columbian University, 1903 absorbed National University Medical Department, 1904 Department of Medicine of George Washington University[4]
District of Columbia Georgetown University School of Medicine Washington, D.C. 1851 1852 MedStar Georgetown University Hospital[39][4]
District of Columbia Howard University College of Medicine Washington, D.C. 1867 1871 Howard University Hospital[40]
Florida Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Boca Raton 2010 2011 Bethesda Hospital East[41]

Delray Medical Center[41]

St. Mary's Medical Center[41]

Florida Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Miami 2006 2009 Jackson Memorial Hospital[41]
Florida Florida State University College of Medicine Tallahassee

only clinical years also in: Daytona Beach, Fort Pierce, Pensacola and Sarasota

2000 2001 Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare[42]
Florida Nova Southeastern University Dr Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine Davie 2016 2018 HCA East Florida University Hospital[43]
Florida University of Central Florida College of Medicine Orlando 2006 2009 Lake Nona Medical City[44]
Florida University of Florida College of Medicine Gainesville & Jacksonville 1956 UF Health Shands Hospital[45]
Florida University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine Miami 1952 University of Miami Health System - Lennar Foundation Medical Center[46]
Florida University of South Florida College of Medicine Tampa 1971 Tampa General Hospital[47]
Georgia Emory University School of Medicine Atlanta 1915 Emory University Hospital[48] Children's Healthcare of Atlanta[48] 1915 Medical Department of Emory University, 1917 Emory University School of Medicine[4]
Georgia Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University Augusta (main), Athens (four-year campus); Albany, Rome and Savannah (only 3rd and 4th year); Brunswick (only 3rd year) 1828 1833 Augusta University Medical Center[49] Temporarily known as the University of Georgia School of Medicine during the late 1800s/early 1900s. In 2010, MCG/UGA Medical Partnership opened in Athens, GA.[4] In 2011, the umbrella university was renamed Georgia Health Sciences University; thus, the Medical College of Georgia now refers only to the former School of Medicine. In 2013, Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University consolidated into one new university named Georgia Regents University, later to be renamed Augusta University in 2015.
Georgia Mercer University School of Medicine Macon; Columbus ; Savannah 1982 HCA Memorial University Medical Center[50]

Navicent Health Medical Center[50]

Georgia Morehouse School of Medicine Atlanta 1975 Atlanta Medical Center[51]
Hawaii University of Hawaii at Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine Honolulu 1965 The Queen's Medical Center[52]

Triple Army Medical Center[52]

Illinois University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Carle Illinois College of Medicine Urbana-Champaign 2015 2018 Carle Foundation Hospital After operating as an extension of the University of Illinois College of Medicine for many years, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign decided to close the extension and open its own college of medicine. The University of Illinois and the Carle Foundation Hospital signed a 10-year research affiliation agreement.
Illinois Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Maywood 1915 Loyola University Medical Center[53] 1910 created by affiliation with Bennett Medical College, 1911 absorbed Reliance Medical College, 1915 Loyola University assumed full control, 1917 purchased Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery and became Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, School of Medicine of Loyola University, 1948 renamed Stritch School of Medicine, 1968 moved from Chicago to Maywood[4]
Illinois Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago 1859 1860 Northwestern Memorial Hospital[54] 1859 Medical Department Lind University, 1864 Chicago Medical College (independent), 1869 affiliated with Northwestern University, 1891 Northwestern University Medical School, 2002 Feinberg School of Medicine[4]
Illinois Chicago Medical School of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science North Chicago 1912 1915 Advocate Christ Medical Center[55]

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital[55]

AMITA Health[55]

1912 Chicago Hospital College of Medicine, 1917 also known as Fort Dearborn Hospital Medical School[4]
Illinois Rush Medical College Chicago 1837 1844 Rush University Medical Center[56] 1887 became Medical Department Lake Forest University, 1898–1942 affiliated with University of Chicago, 1942–1969 suspended, 1972 affiliated with Rush University[4]
Illinois Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Springfield 1970 1973 SIU Medicine - Memorial Hospital of Carbondale[57][58]
Illinois University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Chicago 1927 1927 University of Chicago Medical Center[59]
Illinois University of Illinois College of Medicine Chicago, Peoria, Rockford 1882 1883 University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System[60] 1882 College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1897 Medical Department of the University of Illinois, 1910 absorbed American Medical Missionary College[4]
Indiana Indiana University School of Medicine - Evansville Evansville, Indiana 1972 Indiana University[61] Health University Hospital[62]
Indiana Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis (main); Terre Haute (rural MD track);
Bloomington,
Fort Wayne, Gary, Muncie, South Bend and West Lafayette
1903 1908 Indiana University Health University Hospital[61] 1907 merged with the State College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1908 merged with Indiana Medical College, the School of Medicine of Purdue University[4]
Iowa University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine Iowa City 1869 1871 University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics[63] 1869 University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1913 merged with Drake University College of Medicine[4]
Kansas University of Kansas School of Medicine Kansas City (main), Wichita (four-year campus), Salina (four-year campus) 1880 1906 University of Kansas Medical Center[64] 1880–1905 preparatory course in Lawrence, 1889 expanded to Rosedale, 1905 absorbed Kansas City (MO) Medical College, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the Medico-Chirurgial College of Kansas City, 1913 absorbed Kansas Medical College, 1924 moved to Kansas City[4][65]
Kentucky University of Kentucky College of Medicine Lexington;

Highland Heights; Bowling Green; Morehead (only 3rd & 4th years)

1960 UK HealthCare Albert B. Chandler Hospital[66]
Kentucky University of Louisville School of Medicine Louisville 1837 1838 UofL Health[67]: University of Louisville Hospital 1837 Louisville Medical Institute, 1846 Medical Department University of Louisville, 1907 merged with Kentucky University Medical Department, 1908 merged with Kentucky School of Medicine and the Louisville and Hospital Medical College[4]
Louisiana Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans New Orleans 1931 University Medical Center New Orleans[68]
Louisiana Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport Shreveport 1969 LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport[69]
Louisiana Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans 1834 1835 Tulane Medical Center[70] 1834 Medical College of Louisiana, 1847 Medical Department University of Louisiana, 1884 Medical Department of the Tulane University of Louisiana, 1913 School of Medicine of the College of Medicine of the Tulane University of Louisiana[4]
Maryland Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Baltimore 1887 1897 The Johns Hopkins Hospital[71] Preliminary course only until 1893[4]
Maryland Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine Bethesda 1972 Military Health System[72]

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center[72]

Maryland University of Maryland School of Medicine Baltimore 1807 1810 University of Maryland Medical Center[73] 1807 College of Medicine of Maryland, 1812 University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1913 merged with Baltimore Medical College, 1915 merged with College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore and renamed University of Maryland School of Medicine and the College of Physicians and Surgeons[4]
Massachusetts Boston University School of Medicine Boston 1848 Boston Medical Center[74] 1848–1874, established as New England Female Medical College (homeopathic)[4]
Massachusetts Harvard Medical School Boston 1782 1788 Massachusetts General Hospital[75] It is the third oldest. Sixteen researchers have shared in ten Nobel prizes for research conducted while at Harvard Medical School.[76]
Massachusetts Tufts University School of Medicine Boston 1893 1894 Tufts Medical Center[77] 1893 Tufts College Medical School, 1954 Tufts University School of Medicine[4]
Massachusetts University of Massachusetts T.H. Chan School of Medicine Worcester 1962 UMass Memorial Health Care[78]
Michigan Central Michigan University College of Medicine Mount Pleasant 2013 2013 Ascension Michigan[79]Covenant HealthCare[79]

MidMichigan Health[79]

Spectrum Health Lakeland[79]

Michigan Michigan State University College of Human Medicine East Lansing (pre-clinical campus), Grand Rapids (pre-clinical and clinical campus), Flint (branch campus) 1964 MSU McLaren Health Care[80][81]
Michigan University of Michigan Medical School Ann Arbor 1850 1851 University of Michigan Medical Center[82][4]
Michigan Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine Rochester 2008 2011 William Beaumont Hospital[83] Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine received full accreditation from the Liaison Council for Medical Education in February 2015.[4][84]
Michigan Wayne State University School of Medicine Detroit 1868 1869 Detroit Medical Center[85]

Henry Ford Hospital[85]

McLaren Macomb[85]

1868 Detroit Medical College, 1885 merged with Michigan College of Medicine to form Detroit College of Medicine, 1913 Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1934 Wayne University School of Medicine, 1956 Wayne State School of Medicine[4][86]
Michigan Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Kalamazoo 2012 2014 Ascension Borgess Hospital[87][88]Bronson Methodist Hospital[87]
Minnesota Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Rochester (last 2 years can be spent also in Jacksonville) 1972 Mayo Clinic[89]
Minnesota University of Minnesota Medical School Minneapolis, Duluth (1st and 2nd-year students) 1888 1889 M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center[90] 1888 University of Minnesota College of Medicine and Surgery created by merger of University of Minnesota College of Medicine, St. Paul Medical College, and Minnesota Hospital College, 1908 absorbed Minneapolis College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1909 merged with College of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery, 1913 University of Minnesota Medical School[4][91]
Mississippi University of Mississippi School of Medicine Jackson 1903 University of Mississippi Medical Center[92] 1955: moved from Oxford to Jackson[4]
Missouri Ponce Health Sciences University School of Medicine - St. Louis St. Louis 2022[93] 2022[94] Mercy Hospital St. Louis[95] For-profit.[96]
Missouri Saint Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis 1901[nb 1] 1902 SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital[97] 1901 created by merger of Marion-Sims Medical College and Beaumont Hospital Medical College as Marion-Sims-Beaumont Medical College, 1903 Medical Department of the St. Louis University[4]
Missouri University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine Columbia 1845 1846 MU Health Care - University of Missouri Hospital[98] 1845 located in St. Louis, 1855 suspended, 1872 reorganized in Columbia, 1909–1957 suspended teaching of clinical years[4][99]
Missouri University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Medicine Kansas City 1971 Truman Medical Centers[100]

Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City[100]

Research Medical Center[100]

Missouri Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis 1891 Barnes-Jewish Hospital[101]

Shriner's Hospital[101]

1891 Medical Department of Washington University created by affiliation with St. Louis Medical College, 1899 absorbed Missouri Medical College[4]
Nebraska Creighton University School of Medicine Omaha 1892 1893 Creighton University Medical Center[102][4]
Nebraska University of Nebraska College of Medicine Omaha 1881 1882 University of Nebraska Medical Center[103] 1881 Omaha Medical College created as outgrowth of Nebraska School of Medicine (preparatory school), 1891 Medical Department Omaha University, 1892 College of Medicine of the University of Nebraska[4]
Nevada University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine Las Vegas 2014 2017 University Medical Center of Southern Nevada[104][105]
Nevada University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Reno 1969 1971 Renown Regional Medical Center[106][107]
New Hampshire Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Hanover 1797 1798 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center[108][4] 1797 Dartmouth Medical School, 2012 Renamed (Audrey and Theodore) Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
New Jersey Cooper Medical School of Rowan University Camden 2009 2012 Cooper University Hospital[109][110]
New Jersey Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Nutley 2015 2018 Hackensack Meridian Health[111]
New Jersey Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Newark 1954 Rutgers University Hospital 1954 Seton Hall College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Jersey City, 1965 New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry, 1968 moved to Newark, 1970 College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey established as parent institution, became the New Jersey Medical School, 1981 CMDNJ became University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey,[112] 2013 UMDNJ dissolved and Rutgers became parent institution[113]
New Jersey Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Piscataway & New Brunswick 1961 RWJBarnabas Health[114] 1961 Rutgers Medical School, 1970 College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey established as parent institution, 1981 CMDNJ became University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 1986 Robert Wood Johnson Medical School,[115] 2013 UMDNJ dissolved and Rutgers again became parent institution[113]
New Mexico University of New Mexico School of Medicine Albuquerque 1961 University of New Mexico Hospital[116]
New York Albany Medical College Albany 1838 1839 Albany Medical Center[117] 1873 merged with Union University[4]
New York Albert Einstein College of Medicine The Bronx 1955 Montefiore Health System[118]
New York Columbia University Roy and Diana Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons Manhattan 1767 1769 New York Presbyterian Hospital[119]

Columbia University Irving Medical Center[119]

1767 Medical Faculty of King's College, 1792 Medical Faculty of Columbia College, 1814 merged with the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York, 1860 Medical Department of Columbia College, 1896 Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons[4]
New York CUNY School of Medicine New York 2016 2016 St. Barnabas Hospital (Bronx)[120]
New York Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell Hempstead 2008 2011 Northwell Health[121]
New York Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Manhattan 1963 1968 Mount Sinai Health System[122]
New York New York Medical College Valhalla 1860 1860 Westchester Medical Center[123]

Metropolitan Hospital Center[124]

1860 Homeopathic Medical College of the State of New York, 1869 New York Homeopathic Medical College, 1887 New York Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital, 1908 New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital; 1918 accepted transfer students from closed New York Medical College and Hospital for Women; 1972 moved from Manhattan to Valhalla[4][125]
New York New York University School of Medicine Manhattan 1841 1842 NYU Langone Health - Tisch Hospital[126] 1841 Medical Department of the University of the City of New York, 1896 New York University Medical College, 1898 merged with Bellevue Hospital Medical College to form University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1935 New York University College of Medicine, 1960 New York University School of Medicine[4][127]
New York New York University Long Island School of Medicine Mineola 2018 2019 NYU Langone Hospital - Long Island[128] "Candidate status": first class entered in Fall 2019 with exclusively 3-year primary care MD students at NYU Long Island[129]
New York Norton College of Medicine at SUNY Upstate Syracuse 1834 1835 SUNY Upstate University Hospital[130] 1834 Medical Institution of Geneva College, 1861 Geneva Medical College, 1872 moved to Syracuse to become the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Syracuse University, 1875 Syracuse University College of Medicine, 1950 State University of New York (SUNY) College of Medicine at Syracuse, 1953 SUNY Upstate Medical Center, 1986 SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, 1999 SUNY Upstate Medical University,[4][131] 2021 Alan and Marlene Norton College of Medicine[132][133]
New York Stony Brook University School of Medicine Stony Brook 1971 Stony Brook University Hospital[134][135]
New York State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine Brooklyn 1858 1860 SUNY Downstate Medical Center[136] 1858 Long Island College Hospital, 1931 Long Island College of Medicine, 1950 SUNY Downstate[4][137]
New York Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo Buffalo 1846 1847 Kaleida Health - Buffalo General Medical Center[138] 1846 University of Buffalo Department of Medicine, 1898 absorbed Medical Department Niagara University[4]
New York University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry Rochester 1925 University of Rochester Medical Center[139]
New York Weill Cornell Medical College Manhattan 1898 1899 American Hospital of Paris[140]NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital[140] 1898 Cornell University Medical College[4]
North Carolina The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University Greenville 1977 Vidant Medical Center[141]
North Carolina Duke University School of Medicine Durham 1930 Duke University Hospital[142]
North Carolina University of North Carolina School of Medicine Chapel Hill 1879 University of North Carolina Medical Center[143] 1879–1890 preparatory school, 1902–1910 clinical department at Raleigh[4]
North Carolina Wake Forest School of Medicine Winston-Salem 1902 Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center[144] 1956 moved from Wake Forest to Winston-Salem;[4] formerly known as the Bowman Gray School of Medicine
North Dakota University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences Grand Forks; Bismarck, Fargo and Minot (only clinical years) 1905 Fargo Veterans Affairs Health Care System[145] 1905 preparatory only, 1973 began to grant MD degrees, 1981 transitioned to full 4-year school[4][146]
Ohio Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University Dayton 1973 Dayton Children's Hospital[147]

Dayton Veteran Affairs Medical Center[147]

Kettering Medical Center[147]

Miami Valley Hospital[147]

Ohio Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Cleveland 1843 1844 University Hospitals - Cleveland Medical Center[148]

Cleveland Clinic[149]

MetroHealth[150]

1843 Cleveland Medical College also known as Hudson Medical College, 1881 merged with part of the Medical Department of Wooster University to become the Medical Department of Western Reserve University, 1910 absorbed the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1913 Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1967 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, includes Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine as one of its pathways.[4]
Ohio Northeast Ohio Medical University College of Medicine Rootstown 1973 1981 Aultman Hospital[151]

Summa Health[151]

OhioHealth[151]

Started as the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM) as a 6-year B.S./M.D. program with University of Akron, Kent State University, and Youngstown State University. It now also has Bacc./Post-Bacc. programs with Cleveland State University and Hiram College. Around 1/4 to 1/3 of each class is traditional direct-entry M.D. for college seniors or college graduates.
Ohio The Ohio State University College of Medicine Columbus 1914 Ohio State University Hospital Wexner Medical Center[152] 1914 created by affiliation of Starling-Ohio Medical College[4][153]
Ohio University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Cincinnati 1819 1821 UC Health - University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center[154] 1819 Medical College of Ohio, 1846 merged with Cincinnati Medical College, 1857–1865 merged with Miami Medical College, 1896 Medical Department of the University of Cincinnati, 1909 merged with Miami Medical College again to become the Ohio-Miami Medical College of the University of Cincinnati, 1911 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine[4]
Ohio University of Toledo College of Medicine Toledo 1964 The University of Toledo Medical Center[155]
Oklahoma University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Oklahoma City 1900 OU Health - University of Oklahoma Medical Center[156][4]
Oklahoma University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine Tulsa 1974 2015 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center[157] 2015 was the first year students could begin medical school at the Tulsa campus.[158] The campus is a collaboration between the University of Oklahoma and the University of Tulsa.
Oregon Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine Portland 1887 1888 Oregon Health & Science University Hospital[159] 1887 University of Oregon Medical School, 1913 absorbed Willamette University Medical Department, 1974 University of Oregon Health Sciences Center became the parent institution of School of Medicine[4][160]
Pennsylvania Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine Scranton; Danville, Sayre and Wilkes-Barre (only 3rd and 4th years) 2008 2013 Geisinger Medical Center[161] Formally known as The Commonwealth Medical College. Merged with Geisinger Health System on January 1, 2017, with the name formally changed to Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.[162]
Pennsylvania Drexel University College of Medicine Philadelphia 1848 Tower Health - Reading Hospital[163] 1848 Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1869 merged with Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia and took its name, 1885 Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia, 1995 merged with Medical College of Pennsylvania to form MCP Hahnemann School of Medicine of Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, 2002 Drexel University College of Medicine[4][164]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine Hershey 1963 Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center[165]
Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia 1765 1768 Penn Medicine - Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania[166] 1765 College of Philadelphia Department of Medicine, 1909 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1916 absorbed Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia, 1971 University of Pennsylvania Department of Medicine, 2011 Renamed to (Raymond and Ruth) Perelman School of Medicine[4]
Pennsylvania Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia 1824 1826 Thomas Jefferson University Hospital[167] 1824 Medical Department Jefferson College, Canonsburg; 2014 Renamed the Sidney Kimmel Medical College[4][168]
Pennsylvania Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Temple University Philadelphia, Bethlehem (branch campus, began 2011) 1901 1904 Temple University Hospital[169] 1901–1909 night school[4]
Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Pittsburgh 1883 1887 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center[170] 1883 Western Pennsylvania Medical College, 1892 Medical Department of the Western University of Pennsylvania, 1908 University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine[4]
Puerto Rico Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine Bayamón 1976 Ramón Ruiz Arnau University Hospital[171]

San Juan City Hospital[171]

Puerto Rico Ponce School of Medicine Ponce 1977 Mayagüez Medical Center[172]

San Cristobal Hospital[173]

San Lucas Hospital[173]

Puerto Rico San Juan Bautista School of Medicine Caguas 1978 Central Regional Academic Medical Center[174]
Puerto Rico University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine San Juan 1950 University Hospital San Juan[175]
Rhode Island Alpert Medical School at Brown University Providence 1811 1814 Care New England[176]Rhode Island Hospital[176]

The Miriam Hospital[176]

1811 Brown University Medical Department, 1827–1972 suspended, 1972 Program in Medicine, 1991 Brown University School of Medicine, 2000 Brown Medical School, 2007 Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University[4][177]
South Carolina Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine Charleston 1823 1825 Medical University of South Carolina Health - University Medical Center[178] 1823 Medical College of South Carolina, 1838 merged with Medical College of the State of South Carolina and took its name[4]
South Carolina University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia 1977 Prisma Health Midlands - Richland Hospital[179][180]
South Carolina University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville Greenville 2012 2012 Prisma Health Upstate - Greenville Memorial Hospital[181]
South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota Vermillion (first 2 years); Rapid City and Yankton (clinical years) 1907 Sanford University of South Dakota Medical Center[182] 1907 University of South Dakota College of Medicine, 2005 Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota[4][183]
Tennessee East Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of Medicine Johnson City 1978 Johnson City Medical Center[184]

Ballad Health[184]

Tennessee Meharry Medical College School of Medicine Nashville 1876 1877 Nashville General Hospital[185] HBCU. 1876 Medical Department of Central Tennessee College, 1900 Medical Department of Walden University, 1916 Meharry Medical College[4]
Tennessee University of Tennessee College of Medicine Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville (only 3rd and 4th-year) 1850 The University of Tennessee Health Science Center[186] Originally opened in 1850. In 1911 it was reformed by Medical Department University of Tennessee merger with University of Nashville Medical Department and absorbed the College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1913 merged with Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1914 merged with Lincoln Memorial University Medical Department[4]
Tennessee Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Nashville 1874 1875 Vanderbilt University Medical Center[187] 1874–1895 united with Medical Department University of Nashville[4]
Texas Baylor College of Medicine Houston, Texas 1900 1901 Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center[188]

Texas Medical Center[188]

MD Anderson Cancer Center Hospital[188]

Harris Health System[188]

1900 University of Dallas Medical Department, 1903 Medical Department of Baylor University at Waco, Texas, 1904 acquired Dallas Medical College, 1918 acquired Fort Worth School of Medicine, Medical Department of Texas Christian University, 1943 moved from Dallas to Houston, 1969 Baylor College of Medicine[4][189]
Texas Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine College Station; Bryan (branch); Dallas, Houston, Round Rock and Temple (2nd - 4th year) 1977 1981 Houston Methodist Hospital[190]CHRISTUS Spohn Health[190]
Texas Texas Christian University School of Medicine Fort Worth 2018 2019 Baylor Scott & White Health[191][192]

JPS Health Network[191]

Initially operated in-joint with the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) as "TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine" until 2022.
Texas Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine El Paso 2007 2009 University Medical Center of El Paso[193] One of two medical schools within the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
Texas Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine Lubbock; Amarillo and Odessa (3rd - 4th years) 1969 University Medical Center[194] Originally the Texas Tech University School of Medicine (1969–79). One of two medical schools within the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
Texas University of Houston Houston 2014 2020 HCA Houston Healthcare Medical Center[195][196][197]
Texas University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine Galveston 1891 1892 UTMB Health - John Sealy Hospital[198] 1891 University of Texas Department of Medicine[4]
Texas UTHealth John P. and Katherine G. McGovern Medical School Houston 1969 1970 Texas Medical Center[199]

Memorial Hermann Hospital[199]

MD Anderson Cancer Center Hospital[199]

On November 23, 2015, UTHealth announced that the UTHealth Medical School had been renamed the John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School.
Texas UT Health San Antonio Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine San Antonio 1959 UTHealth San Antonio[200]
Texas University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine Edinburg 2013 2016 HCA - Rio Grande Regional Hospital[201]
Texas University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas Dallas 1943 University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center[202]
Texas University of Texas at Tyler School of Medicine Tyler 2022 2023 Received preliminary accreditation in June 2022.[203]
Texas Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin Austin 2013 2016 Dell Seton Medical Center[204]
Utah University of Utah School of Medicine Salt Lake City 1906 University of Utah Hospital[205][4]
Vermont University of Vermont College of Medicine Burlington 1822 1823 University of Vermont Medical Center[206] Suspended from 1836 –1853 [4]
Virginia Eastern Virginia Medical School Norfolk 1973 Bon Secours Health System[207]Chesapeake Regional Medical Center[207]

Eastern State Hospital[207]

Naval Medical Center Portsmouth[207]

Sentara Healthcare[207]

Virginia University of Virginia School of Medicine Charlottesville, Falls Church (3rd - 4th years) 1827 1828 University of Virginia Medical Center[208] 1827 University of Virginia Department of Medicine[4]
Virginia VCU School of Medicine, Medical College of Virginia Health Sciences Division Richmond 1838 1839 Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center[209] 1838 Medical Department Hampden Sydney College, 1854 Medical College of Virginia, 1913 absorbed University College of Medicine, 1914 absorbed North Carolina Medical College, 1968 Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine of the Medical College of Virginia Health Sciences Division of VCU.[4][210][211]
Virginia Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute Roanoke 2008 2010 Carilion Clinic[212] A public-private partnership with Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA[213]
Washington University of Washington School of Medicine Main campus – Seattle, WA

Regional campuses:

Gonzaga UniversitySpokane, WA

University of WyomingLaramie, WY

University of Alaska AnchorageAnchorage, AK

Montana State UniversityBozeman, MT

University of IdahoMoscow, ID

1944 1946 University of Washington Medical Center[214] The University of Washington School of Medicine established the WWAMI Regional Medical Education Program in the early 1970s to train physicians for rural communities and for other populations lacking adequate medical services. Its goal is to train students from the WWAMI region in their home states with the hope that they will return to their home states to practice after residency. WWAMI is an acronym for the states served by the UW School of Medicine: Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho.[215]
Washington Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Spokane 2015 2017 Spokane Teaching Health Center

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children's Hospital[216]

West Virginia Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University Huntington 1977 Marshall University Medical Center[217]

Cabell Huntington Hospital[217]

West Virginia West Virginia University School of Medicine Morgantown;
Charleston &Martinsburg (only clinical years)
1902 WVU Medicine - J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital[218][4][219]
Wisconsin Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Green Bay, Wausau 1912 1913 Froedtert Hospital[220] 1912 formed as Marquette University School of Medicine by lease of Milwaukee Medical College and purchase of Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1970 Medical College of Wisconsin[4][221]
Wisconsin University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Madison 1907 UW Health University Hospital[222] 1907 University of Wisconsin Medical School[4]

*Many schools have long-term hospital network affiliations for clinical clerkship education, as listed. Schools listed as having "community-based medical education" affiliations indicate clinical clerkships which take place in several different hospitals, clinics, and locations without long-term agreements.[223]

Current schools and colleges of osteopathic medicine[edit]

These schools grant the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree.[224]

State School City Est. Entering year of Inaugural class Affiliated Hospitals/Medical Center(s) Notes
Alabama Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Dothan 2013 2013 Southeast Health[225] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Alabama.
Alabama Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Auburn 2015 2015[226] Piedmont Columbus Regional Hospital[227]Huntsville Hospital System[227] The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) is a professional graduate college offering the degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) The VCOM–Auburn campus operates with a collaborative agreement with Auburn University for education, research, and student activities.
Arizona A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona Mesa 2006 2007 North Central Texas Community Health Care Center[228] San Ysidro Health Center[228]

Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center[228]

Arizona Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine Glendale 1995 2000 Canyon Vista Medical Center[229] Mountain Vista Medical Center[229]

Kingman Regional Medical Center[229]

Verde Valley Medical Center[229]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Arizona.
Arkansas Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine Fort Smith 2014 2017 Baptist Health[230] Sparks Health System[230] Unity Health[230]

Cancer Treatment Centers of America Tulsa[230]

CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs

Arkansas New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University Jonesboro 2016 2016 Baptist Hospital[231] Jefferson Regional Medical Center[231]

UAMS Medical Center[231]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Arkansas.[232]
California California Health Sciences University Clovis 2016 2020 Clovis Community Medical Center[233]Community Regional Medical Center of Fresno[233] Fresno was the largest metropolitan area in the United States without a medical school until the opening of CHSU-COM in 2020.[234]
California Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine Vallejo 1997 2001 College Medical Center[235]

Emanuel Medical Center[235]

UCSF Medical Center[235]

[236]
California Western University of Health Sciences

College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Pomona 1977 1982[237] Antelope Valley Hospital[238]

Metropolitan State Hospital[238]

PIH Health Hospital[238]

Riverside County Regional Medical Center[238]

St. Jude Medical Center[238]

Community Memorial Hospital[238]

The oldest continually-operating college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of California.[239]
Colorado Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine Parker 2006 2008 HealthOne[240] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Colorado.
Florida Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Bradenton 2004 2008 LECOM Health[241]
Florida Nova Southeastern University Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Davie, Clearwater 1979 1985 Adventist Health[242] Aventura Hospital[242]Broward Health[242]

Florida Hospital East[242]

Larkin Community Hospital[242]

Memorial Healthcare System[242]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Florida.
Georgia Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Georgia Campus Suwanee & Moultrie 2005 2009 PCOM Healthcare Centers[243] [224]
Idaho Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine Meridian, Idaho 2017 2018 Avera Health[244]Benefis Health System[244] Monument Health[244]Trinity Health[244] The oldest medical college in the state of Idaho.
Illinois Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine Downers Grove 1900 AMITA Health Resurrection Medical Center The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Illinois.
Indiana Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine Indianapolis 2010 2013 Community Health Network[245]

St. Vincent Health[245]

Franciscan Health Indiana[245]

The first medical school to be built in the state of Indiana in 110 years.[246]
Iowa Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine Des Moines 1898 Aurora Medical Center[247]Mayo Clinic Health System[247]MercyOne Medical Center[247]UnityPoint Health[247] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Iowa.
Kansas Kansas College of Osteopathic Medicine Wichita 2022 2022 St. Catherine Hospital of Garden City[248][249] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Kansas. Affiliated with TSC Education System.[250]
Kentucky University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine Pikeville 1997 2001 Appalachian Regional Healthcare[251]Baptist Health[251] Crittenden Health Systems[251] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Kentucky. Founded as Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine. Name changed in 2011 when its parent school changed its name to the University of Pikeville.
Louisiana Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Monroe 2018 2020 Allegiance Health Management[252] DeSoto Regional Health[252]

Willis Knighton Health System[252]

West Carroll Health System[252]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Louisiana.

The fourth VCOM medical campus, in a collaborative effort with the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

Maine University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine Biddeford 1978 1982 MaineGeneral Health[253]

Littleton Regional Healthcare[253]

Northern Light Health[253]

Southern Maine Health Care (MaineHealth)[253]

The first college of osteopathic medicine in the state of Maine.
Michigan Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine East Lansing, Detroit, Clinton Township 1969 Ascension Health[254]

Beaumont Hospital[254]

Detroit Medical Center[254]

Henry Ford Health System[254]

McLaren Health Care[254]

MidMichigan Medical Center[254]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Michigan.
Mississippi William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine Hattiesburg 2009 2014 Acadian Care[255]

Merit Health[255]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Mississippi.
Missouri A. T. Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Kirksville 1892 Northeast Regional Medical Center[256]Still OPTI Consortium[257] The first and oldest continually-operating college of osteopathic medicine.

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Missouri.

Missouri Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine Kansas City, Joplin (2017) 1916 AdventHealth East Orlando[258]Ascension Health[258] Centura Health [258] Reid Health[258]

Regional Medical Center of San Jose[258]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Missouri.
Montana Rocky Vista University Montana College of Osteopathic Medicine Billings 2022 2023 St. Vincent Healthcare[259]RiverStone Health The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Montana.[260]
Nevada Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine Henderson 2004 2008 Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center[261]

Valley Health System[261][262]

St. Rose Dominican Hospital[262]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Nevada.
New Jersey Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine Stratford 1976 1981 AtlantiCare[263]Inspira Health Network[263]

Jefferson Health New Jersey[263]

Virtua Health System[263]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of New Jersey. 1976 UMDNJ-SOM,[264] 2013 UMDNJ dissolved and Rowan became parent institution[265]
New Mexico Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University Las Cruces 2013[266][267] 2016 Community-based medical education*[268] The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University graduated its first class in May 2020.[269]
New York Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Elmira 2020 2020 Mohawk Valley Health System[270] [224]
New York New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine Old Westbury 1977 1981 Catholic Health Services of Long Island[271]Nassau University Medical Center[272]

Coney Island Hospital[272]

Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center[272]

Mount Sinai South Nassau[272]

Sisters of Charity Hospital[272]

The oldest college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of New York.[273] The largest medical school by single-campus enrollment in the United States.[274]
New York Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Manhattan 2007 2011 St. Mary's General Hospital[275]

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center[275]

New Bridge Medical Center[275]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City.
New York Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Middletown 2014[276] 2014 Orange Regional Medical Center[277]

Garnet Health Medical Center[275]

Vassar Brothers Medical Center[275]

Touro-Middletown is a branch campus of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (Manhattan) that began classes in the Fall of 2014 and graduated its inaugural class in the Spring of 2018.
North Carolina Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine Lillington 2011 2013 Carteret Healthcare[278] Cape Fear Valley Medical Center[278]

Conway Medical Center[278]

Novant Health[278]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of North Carolina.
Ohio Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Athens, Dublin, & Cleveland (Warrensville Heights) 1975 1980 Cleveland Clinic[279]

Firelands Regional Medical Center[279]

Mercy Health[279]

University Hospitals[279]

The OU-HCOM Dublin satellite campus opened in 2014 and will graduate its inaugural class in 2018.
Oklahoma Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine Tulsa & Tahlequah (2020) 1972 1978 Oklahoma State University Medical Center[280] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Oklahoma.
Oregon College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Northwest Lebanon 2011 2015 Franciscan Health System[281]Legacy Health[281]

MultiCare Health System[281]

Samaritan Health Services[281]

2011 Western University of Health Sciences opened branch campus in Oregon.[282]
Pennsylvania Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Erie & Greensburg 1992 1997 LECOM Health[241] LECOM-Erie is the main campus. LECOM-Seton Hill is a satellite campus located in Greensburg, PA established in 2009 with the first graduating class in 2013. LECOM is currently the largest medical college with over 2200 medical students at its three campuses in Erie, Greensburg, and Bradenton.[283]
Pennsylvania Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Philadelphia 1899 PCOM Healthcare Centers[243] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Pennsylvania.
South Carolina Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Carolinas Campus Spartanburg 2010 2011 Bon Secours St. Francis Health System[284] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of South Carolina.

Several upstate colleges and universities collaborate with VCOM-Carolinas for education programs and on research.

Tennessee Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine Harrogate & Knoxville 1889, 2007 2011 Adena Health System[285]

AdventHealth[285]

Appalachian Regional Healthcare[285]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Tennessee, founded 1889 as Tennessee Medical College. Tennessee Medical College approached Lincoln Memorial University with an articulation agreement to incorporate Tennessee Medical College within the Medical Department of LMU in 1905. By 1909, Tennessee Medical College was sold to LMU to become the Medical College of LMU, which closed at the end of 1914.[286] Medical College of LMU was re-established as a college of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007.
Tennessee Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine - Knoxville[287] Knoxville 2019 2019
Texas Sam Houston State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Conroe 2019 2020 CHI St. Luke's Health[288]CHRISTUS Health[288]HCA Houston[288]
Texas University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine San Antonio 2015 2017 Baptist Medical Center[289] Methodist Health [289]

Laredo Medical Center[289]

Texas University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Fort Worth 1970 1974 University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth[290] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Texas.
Utah Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine Provo 2019[291] 2021[291] Intermountain Healthcare[292]

HCA Mountainstar[292]

Steward Health Care System[292]

Utah Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine – Southern Utah Campus Ivins 2006 2017 Community-based medical education*[240] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Utah.
Virginia Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Blacksburg 2002 2003 Ballad Health[252]Carilion Health Care[252]LewisGale Hospital[252] Associated with Virginia Tech and located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center
Virginia Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) Lynchburg 2013 2014 Bon Secours Health System[293]

SSM Health[293]

Chesapeake Regional Medical Center[293]

Sentra Health System[293]

LifePoint Health[293]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Virginia. [294]
Washington Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences Yakima 2005 2012 MultiCare Health System[295][296] The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of Washington.
West Virginia West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Lewisburg 1974 1978 St. Mary's Medical Center[297]

Charleston Area Medical Center[297]

Mon Health Medical Center[297]

Davis Medical Center[297]

Holzer Health Systems[297]

Trinity Health System[297]

Wheeling Hospital[297]

The first college of Osteopathic Medicine in the state of West Virginia.

*Many schools have long-term hospital network affiliations for clinical clerkship education, as listed. Schools listed as having "community-based medical education" affiliations indicate clinical clerkships which take place in several different hospitals, clinics, and locations without long-term agreements.[223]

Developing medical schools[edit]

These medical schools are still in the process of undergoing accreditation and are not yet accepting student applications.
State School City Degree Status
Arkansas Alice L. Walton School of Medicine[298] Bentonville MD Planned start for 2025[299]
California American University of Health Sciences School of Medicine[300] Signal Hill MD Planned start for 2023[301]
California Keck Graduate Institute School of Community Medicine[citation needed][302] Claremont MD Under development
California University of California, Merced School of Medicine Merced MD Planned start for 2023[303]
Colorado University of Northern Colorado College of Osteopathic Medicine[citation needed] Greeley DO Planned start for 2025[304][305]
Florida Orlando Health Sciences University - Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine Winter Garden DO Planned start for 2026[306]
Florida University of Medicine at Celebration[citation needed][307] Celebration DO Planned start for 2022[308]
Louisiana Xavier University of Louisiana Graduate School of Health Sciences and Medical School New Orleans MD Under development[309]
Maryland Meritus School of Osteopathic Medicine[citation needed] Hagerstown DO Planned start for 2025[310]
Maryland Morgan State University - Maryland College of Osteopathic Medicine[311] Baltimore DO Planned start for 2024[312][313]
Montana Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Montana[citation needed] Great Falls DO Planned start for 2023[314][315]
Nevada Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Medicine Henderson MD Under development[316][citation needed]
New York Marist HealthQuest School of Medicine Poughkeepsie MD Under development[317][citation needed]
Pennsylvania Duquesne University College of Osteopathic Medicine Pittsburgh DO Planned start for 2024[318][citation needed]
Tennessee Baptist Health Sciences University College of Osteopathic Medicine[319] Memphis DO Under development
Tennessee Thomas F. Frist, Jr. College of Medicine at Belmont University[320] Nashville MD Under development[321]
United States Virgin Islands University of the Virgin Islands S. Donald Sussman School of Medicine[322] Christiansted & Charlotte Amalie MD Under development[323][324]

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