|Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) and Cleveland State University have partnered to offer two exciting paths to medical education. Collaborating on their strengths in urban health, primary care medicine and inter-professional education Cleveland State and NEOMED strive to meet the changing healthcare needs within urban communities. Each year, up to 35 seats at NEOMED’s College of Medicine will be available to CSU students in the two pathways. The goal of this unique partnership is to recruit a diverse group of future physicians with an expressed interest in serving NE Ohio.
CSU Partnership Pathways
Qualified students with a bachelor’s degree can apply for this two-year program that includes pre-medicine science courses and urban health courses. Upon acceptance into the program and subsequent successful completion of the post bacc curriculum at Cleveland State, Post Bacc/M.D. students will begin their medical school education at NEOMED in Rootstown, Ohio. To learn more about Post Bacc/M.D. pathway eligibility criteria, application deadlines, admission requirements, and standards for promotion to NEOMED, visit NEOMED-CSU Post Bacc/M.D. Path .
Qualified sophomores at Cleveland State can apply for this two-year program. Undergraduates can complete their bachelor’s degrees in most majors while taking pre-medicine science courses and urban health courses, all while knowing they have a seat reserved for them at the NEOMED College of Medicine. Upon acceptance into the program and subsequent completion of the Bacc/M.D. curriculum at Cleveland State, students will begin their medical school education at NEOMED in Rootstown, Ohio. To learn more about Bacc/M.D. pathway eligibility criteria, application deadlines, admission requirements, and standards for promotion to NEOMED, visit NEOMED-CSU Bacc/M.D. Path.
The first group of PostBacc/M.D. students to matriculate to NEOMED in Fall 2013!
(From left to right: Dr. Erik Profeli, NEOMED; Sibley Strader, student; Kerri Caine, NEOMED-CSU advisor; Kimberly Tamargo, student; Dr. Edgar Jackson, CSU Executive in Residence; Christina Nicholson, student; Dr. Meredith Bond, Dean of CSU's COSHP; and Dr. Bette Bonder, NEOMED-CSU)