Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Review
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine is a 4-year DO-granting program that welcomed its first class in 2007. The location of the TCOM in Harlem and rural Middletown shows their commitment to increasing the number of physicians who practice in underserved communities. They are also focused on increasing underrepresented minorities in medicine. Students at both the Harlem and Middletown campuses are active and involved in their community in a number of ways. TCOM follows a traditional structure of two didactic years followed by two clinical years. They work to create a supportive environment and provide students many ways to get involved in campus organizations.
The Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine is committed to training osteopathic physicians, with a particular emphasis on practicing medicine in underserved communities, and to increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in medicine.
We value and support public service, research, graduate medical education, and osteopathic clinical service in the community that will strive to improve health outcomes for those we serve.
We will work to educate students through the use of the latest innovative education techniques using summative and formative measures so as to graduate qualified osteopathic physicians.
Cost of Living Index:
- Annual High Temp: 61°F
- Annual Low Temp: 41°F
- Av. Annual Rainfall: 43.94 inch
*US average index is 100
Overall School Ratings
- Overall Experience
- COMLEX Level 1 Prep
- Elective Rotations
- Professor Support and Mentorship
- Administration Responsiveness
- Class Camaraderie
- Research Opportunity
- Residency Match Support
- Diverse and Inclusive Environment
- Values Balance and Wellness
- Community Service Opportunity
- Location and Activities in Area
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