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What's it like to be a medical student at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at Cleveland?
Cleveland Campus Experience
Follow your commitment to care
Our newest campus is a joint initiative with one of the most respected institutions in medicine: Cleveland Clinic. The Heritage College, Cleveland, marks a new chapter in our partnership – one that began 40 years ago. The Cleveland Clinic system has always been a rotation site. Now, it's much more, with our new campus embedded within Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital in Warrensville Heights. Plus, you'll be part of a city known for history, culture, beautiful parks and a multitude of entertainment venues.
Training tomorrow's health care leaders
In addition to learning how to be great physicians, our students are trained to become health care leaders. Here you'll have the opportunity to train alongside some of the country's brightest medical minds and most dedicated caregivers, from throughout the Cleveland Clinic system and other important health care partners in northeast Ohio, with the opportunity to remain in the region for all four years of medical school.
The Cleveland campus delivers real-life clinical experiences, but it's also home to the latest learning tools. Our Learning Laboratory is one of the liveliest places on campus and a truly innovative academic space, connecting instructors and student across all three campuses.
Link up from anywhere
Our campus sites are spread across Ohio, but here, your learning environment isn't defined by distance or location. With our interactive videoconferencing system, you can study with world-renowned physicians, participate in lectures across the state, access the resources of affiliate health care systems and connect to your fellow students in Athens and Dublin.
Cleveland Community Outreach
Public service is part of our mission, and the Cleveland campus will focus on community outreach efforts in northeast Ohio. Cleveland campus students, faculty and staff have many opportunities to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families living in our local communities.
Cleveland campus students also have the opportunity to participate in the T.O.U.C.H program. Heritage College students must enroll in the T.O.U.C.H. program and can earn their volunteer hours through services offered through the college’s Community Health Programs and community partners in Athens, Columbus and Cleveland. Cleveland students can find out more about local organizations looking for volunteers at this link.
Recruiting and Training a Diverse Physician Workforce
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Cleveland, is proud to partner with Cleveland Clinic in introducing the Cleveland Clinic Physician Diversity Scholars Program. The program represents the strong commitment of both organizations to embrace and encourage diversity among the providers caring for the diverse population of our communities
Visit the Heritage College, Cleveland campus
Experience life in Cleveland, explore the campus and meet other students during a campus visit hosted to help you and your family discover life at the Heritage College, Cleveland.
Experience Life in Cleveland
Heritage College, Cleveland, is located minutes from Interstate 480 and the Interstate 271 Harvard
interchange, about 20 minutes from downtown Cleveland.
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Cleveland
4180 Warrensville Center Road
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44122
January 28, 2020Joseph Groenke, laboratory coordinator for the O’Connor lab in the biomedical sciences department of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, has won a "paleo art" award for a short video summarizing how he digitally reconstructed a set of shattered fossil teeth from an extinct mammal.Read More
Room in new facility to be named for college alumnus and wifeJanuary 23, 2020A Heritage College alumnus and his wife have pledged a $100,000 gift to the college’s general support fund. In recognition of their generous gift, a meeting space in the college’s new medical education facility, Heritage Hall, will be named the Dr. Thomas (’83) and Barbara Anderson Conference Room.Read More
College Advisory Board names four new membersJanuary 21, 2020The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is welcoming four new members to its College Advisory Board. They are Terri Donlin Huesman; Karen Morrison; Amy Rohling McGee; and Eileen Sheil. The four new members will formally join the board Jan. 22 during its board retreat in Dublin, Ohio.Read More