Cultivating physicians that impact the world
As North Carolina’s first and only osteopathic medical school, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine is a vital pillar in training and cultivating future physicians to care for individuals across the state and the world.
With an emphasis on collaboration, integrity, and professionalism, the experienced faculty and staff at the school impart these values upon each student, preparing them to be socially minded, evidence-based, and dedicated to serving the populations who are most in need.
In addition to instructing physicians, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine is also heavily involved in community engagement. In fostering connections with the local community and beyond, the school treats patients at the Community Care Clinic at no cost, operates mobile health clinics across the state, and organizes short-term medical mission trips to countries in need.
With a focus on professionalism, empathy, and teamwork, the staff, faculty, and students at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine continually strive to make a difference in all they do.
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Campbell University helps educate kids about COVID-19 through cartoon flipbook
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