Undergraduate Medical Education (D.O.)
Pre-Clinical Education (Years 1 and 2)
Beginning with intensive training and osteopathic manipulative medicine, you’ll divide your learning time between the lab, lecture hall, and clinical settings, building a strong foundation with hands-on experience.
Clinical Education (Years 3 and 4)
Your second two years will put your knowledge and skills to the test in real-world clinical settings, exposing you to many different medical specialties while you learn under some of today’s brightest physicians.
Graduate Medical Education
Take the next step
The path toward becoming a D.O. doesn’t end once a medical student receives a degree. Then comes the hospital-based training. Through the Heritage College’s many hospital partners, graduates pursue a host of specialties, from dermatology to emergency medicine to family medicine to pediatrics.
Continuing Medical Education
Never stop learning
Between the Ohio Osteopathic Symposium and the Area Health Education Center, you can continue your growth as a D.O. by learning alongside some of today’s brightest practitioners.
As part of one of only two such fellowships in the country, you can learn to meet the most effective treatment needs of diabetic patients through the Diabetes Fellowship.
This program provides the qualified resident with advanced and concentrated training in neuromusculoskeletal medicine and OMM, and prepares the resident for examination for certification in these fields.