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Human Resources

Who We Are

Serving more than 300 Heritage College employees

The Human Resources Office is dedicated to serving the more than 300 employees of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at our campuses in Athens, Dublin and Cleveland, as well as throughout the state of Ohio at our Centers for Osteopathic Research and Education.

We provide valuable services in employee relations, compensation, performance management, recruitment and selection. Our goal is to be a visible resource to Heritage College employees while contributing to the successful operation of the college.

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From employment forms to vacation requests and more, you’ll find it all here.

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Policies and Procedures

The Heritage College, Athens

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Organizational Charts

Heritage College Staff

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Employment Opportunities

Heritage College Faculty and Staff

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We seek candidates with a commitment to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.

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Thursday, October 6 HCOM - Cleveland Campus Tour & Admissions Presentation 1:00 PM — 3:00 PM OU-HCOM Cleveland Campus

Thursday, October 6 Radiology Club - Radiologic Interpretation Basics 6:00 PM — 7:30 PM

Monday, October 10 Logan Primary Care Clinic 9:00 AM — 3:00 PM Shriver's Pharmacy


  • Heritage College hosts panel during Black Alumni Reunion

    As part of Ohio University's Black Alumni Reunion, the Heritage College organized a panel of physicians to discuss a range of topics.
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  • Students switch roles with deaf individuals at training event

    Students learned firsthand the challenges deaf patients face at a recent training event.
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  • Families of body donors say altruism motivates gift

    During the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Body Donor Memorial Service, friends and family said a desire to help others was the driving force behind why their loved ones gifted their bodies to science.
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