Become a Better Kind of Caregiver
When you’re a doctor trained in the osteopathic method, you take a different approach to healing. You possess a complete medical education, but with an added layer of instruction and inquiry that equips you to treat the whole person. This philosophy lives through our collaborative culture, and it’s what will prepare you to lead the next generation of health care professionals.
Your Journey Starts Here
A PROFILE IN STUDENT LEADERSHIP
January to May 2020
Interested in attending the Heritage College in Athens, Cleveland or Dublin and have questions about admission? Plan to attend a Tour and Counsel session. Dial 1-800-345-1560 or email OU-HCOM@ohio.edu to schedule.
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship
May 29 to July 17, 2020
Students in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) work in a research lab, guided by a faculty member, with the goal learning the challenges and excitement of research.
Summer Scholars Program
May 29 to July 3, 2020
Summer Scholars participants participate in a rigorous, five-week program designed to provide a realistic introduction to the first-year curriculum at the Heritage College. Twenty-four applicants are selected each year.
January 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
New med ed building name honors OHF generosityJanuary 17, 2020The Ohio University Board of Trustees today approved a name for a new Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine education facility in Athens, which honors the generosity of the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation in helping to make the new building – and other transformative college projects – possible.Read More
Public forum series based on Heritage College faculty book wins national prizeJanuary 15, 2020A public forum series about Ohio’s opioid crisis, based on a book edited by two faculty at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, has won a national award for the state humanities council that helped fund it.Read More