A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona Reviews
A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine - Arizona is a 4-year DO-granting program that, although a newer school itself, is a school associated with Andrew Taylor Still, who founded osteopathic medicine. ATSU-SOMA was built in response to a need for physicians expressed by the National Association of Community Health Centers. ATSU-SOMA emphasizes “Whole Person Healthcare,” which promotes collaboration between physician and patient. Students experience a unique “1+3 curriculum” that gives them earlier clinical experience, and 75% of students spend 3 or more years working with underserved communities.
Prepare individuals through high-quality, innovative, learning-centered undergraduate and graduate medical education programs to become compassionate osteopathic physicians and healthcare leaders who serve medically underserved populations with a focus on research and community-oriented primary care.
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To improve delivery of distinctly osteopathic healthcare to underserved populations through innovative selection, training, and placement of graduates, leading to improved well-being for the individual and community.
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