A List of Medical Colleges in Georgia

Georgia is home to several nationally recognized medical colleges. Aspiring medical students can select traditional or osteopathic programs, larger schools or those with more intimate class sizes, as well as varying professional tracts, such as MD, MD/PhD and MD/MPH programs. Regardless of the medical school's educational focus, all students learn core clinical and scientific principles and skills essential for good patient care.

  1. Emory University School of Medicine

    • Emory University in Atlanta has educated medical professionals for 150 years and is recognized as one of the nation's best in biomedical education. This competitive medical school, admitting only 1 in 49 first-year applicants, offers a traditional medical school program, joint MD/PhD and MD/MPH degrees, and programs in allied health, including U.S. News & World Report's third-ranked physician assistant program. Students are provided further educational opportunities through Emory's partnership with the American Cancer Society, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Georgia Institute of Technology.

      Emory University School of Medicine
      1648 Pierce Dr.
      Atlanta, GA 30322
      404-727-5640
      med.emory.edu

    Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine

    • The Medical College of Georgia, founded in 1828, is one of the country's largest medical schools, with 230 first-year students admitted to the program for the fall 2010 term. The majority of these students study at the school's main campus in Augusta, but others will be based in Athens, where the medical school has formed a partnership with the University of Georgia. Medical students collaborate with clinical researchers at the college's discovery institutes in the areas of brain and behavior, cardiovascular health, diabetes and obesity, immunology and vision science to enhance their advanced patient treatment and disease prevention education.

      School of Medicine
      Medical College of Georgia
      1120 15th St.
      Augusta, GA 30912
      706-721-2231
      mcg.edu/som

    Mercer University School of Medicine

    • Mercer University School of Medicine, based in Macon, takes pride in the individual attention its medical students receive. With 350 students and 278 faculty members, the university offers a more intimate learning environment than some of the larger medical colleges. The school's curriculum is both clinically oriented and problem based, and students develop their patient care skills in their first year of training. Students will also complete clerkships at local affiliated hospitals in medical specialties such as family and internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry and surgery.

      Mercer University School of Medicine
      1550 College St.
      Macon, GA 31207
      800-637-2378
      medicine.mercer.edu

    Morehouse School of Medicine

    • Morehouse School of Medicine's educational objective "focuses on scientific medicine with an emphasis on meeting the primary health care needs of people in underserved communities." The school's diverse student population, low student-faculty ratio and commitment to academic excellence are some of the strengths of its medical education program. The MD curriculum emphasizes mastery of normal physiology and development, molecular and biochemical mechanisms, etiology and laboratory manifestations, epidemiology and disease risk factors, and ethical and legal impacts on health care.

      Morehouse School of Medicine
      720 Westview Dr. SW
      Atlanta, GA 30310
      404-752-1720
      msm.edu

    Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine---Georgia Campus

    • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine opened its Suwanee, Ga., campus in 2005. Its four-year doctor of osteopathic medicine program enrolls 80 students annually and seeks to expand with accreditation of its four-year doctor of pharmacy program. Students learn the osteopathic principles of medicine, which are rooted in the foundation of integrated health care and require practitioners to look beyond a patient's presenting signs and symptoms with consideration of other factors that affect a person's overall health, such as economic and social circumstances.

      Georgia Campus-PCOM
      625 Old Peachtree Rd. NW
      Suwanee, GA 30024
      678-225-7500
      pcom.edu/general_information/georgia

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