University of Tennessee College of Medicine Review
The University of Tennessee College of Medicine is a 4-year MD-granting program that traces its roots back to 1876. Students at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine spend their first two years in Memphis for their preclinical years. Then clerkships can be completed in Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville, or Nashville. The College of Medicine provides many research opportunities for students, including at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. The University of Tennessee College of Medicine has many clubs on campus for students to participate in, including a Women in Medicine Club.
The mission of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine is to improve human health. To achieve this goal, we will:
Prepare physicians, scientists and educators for positions of worldwide leadership.
Discover and disseminate new knowledge that advances understanding of health and disease.
Provide compassionate, personalized patient care of the highest quality in service to our local, national and global communities.
Embrace a culture of lifelong learning, innovation and continuous improvement.
Create a diverse and broadly inclusive community of faculty, staff and students that enriches our learning environment and ensures excellence in research and patient care.
Nurture and protect Vanderbilt’s unique legacy of cooperation, collegiality, and mutual respect.
Foster the personal and professional growth of all members of the Vanderbilt community, as we continuously strive to realize full potential.
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