Provost, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean
Office of Academic Affairs
Evans Hall - Suite 205
4190 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Kenneth J. Veit earned the D.O. degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic
Medicine (PCOM) and the M.B.A from Temple University. Dr. Veit joined PCOM as a full
time faculty member in 1980. He currently serves as Dean and Senior Vice President
of Academic Affairs. Previous appointments at PCOM include Chairman of the Division
of Community Medicine, Director of Medical Education and Assistant Dean of Graduate
Medical Education. Prior to joining PCOM full time, Dr. Veit held positions as Medical
Director of the Southern Huntington Company Medical Center, Medical Coordinator for
the National Health Service Corp and Chief of the Clinical Consultation Branch of
the United States Public Health Service in addition to concurrently acting as a clinical
preceptor for PCOM students.
Dr. Veit has been a community leader serving on numerous boards and advisory committees.
A selected list includes the editorial board of the Modern Medicine Journal, advisory
committees for the Costin Institute, National Health Service Corp, Pennsylvania Office
of Rural Health, Health Management Association and Quality Management Board for Greater
Atlantic HMO. Dr. Veit serves on the Board of Directors/Board of Trustees for the
Quality Medical HMO-Foundations of Health, Philadelphia Health Management Corporation,
Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic
Medicine. He is also on the board of the Commission of Osteopathic College Accreditation
and is Medical Director of the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf.
Dr. Veit is a Fellow of both the American College of Osteopathic Family Practice and
the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. He has been honored with the United States
Public Health Service Humanitarian Medal, Commissioned Officer Superior Service Award,
Shankweiler Fellow Award and Dale Dodson Award.
PCOM, Family Practice, City Avenue Division