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Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine and Pharmacy

Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine and Pharmacy, also known as NEOUCOM, is a community-based, state medical school that offers a combined B.S./M.D. program that allows students to graduate with their B.S./M.D. in as few as six or seven years.

NEOUCOM has its campus in Rootstown, Ohio and is the only medical school in the country that has a partnership with three state universities (University of Akron, Kent State University, and Youngstown State University) and 17 hospitals. This relationship allows the College to focus on its mission of providing highly trained physicians oriented to the practice of medicine at the community level, while at the same time remaining cost-effective for students and the taxpayers of Ohio. Class size is typically around 105-110 medical students.

NEOUCOM has collaborative arrangements with other colleges and universities to offer graduate-level education in biomedical sciences and biomedical engineering, and a master of public health program.

Starting with the class of 2009, the College of Medicine has adopted an Integrated Steps Curriculum.

Beginning in the fall of 2007, the school added a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

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