Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine Reviews
Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine is a 4-year DO-granting program that is the first and only osteopathic medical school in North Carolina. Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine matriculated its first class in 2013. Campbell is dedicated to training future physicians who are compassionate and deliver excellent care to patients within their communities. The Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine has a SIM Lab and an OMM Lab for student education. The curriculum is set by integrating basic and clinical science. The first two blocks are basic sciences, and the next eight follow a systems-based approach. Students complete their clinical rotations at a number of sites throughout North Carolina in the following counties: Robeson, Cumberland, Harnett, Salisbury, Goldsboro, Carteret, and more. A facet of the school’s Mission is creating outreach sites for rural and underserved areas. Accordingly, students participate in mobile health clinics and even medical mission trips.
The mission of the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) is to educate and prepare community–based osteopathic physicians in a Christian environment to care for the rural and underserved populations in North Carolina, the Southeastern United States and the nation.
Dual Degree Programs:
Campus: Buies Creek
Cost of Living Index:
*US average index is 100
Our faculty, staff and students value teamwork, leadership, professionalism, integrity, diversity, and the ethical treatment of all humanity.