Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is committed to providing continuity in osteopathic medical education which begins on the first day of medical school and extends throughout internship and residency training.
PCOM MEDNet (Osteopathic Postdoctoral Training Institute - OPTI), an AOA-approved training consortium comprised of more than 40 hospitals, provides a wide array of internship and residency programs at affiliated sites in Pennsylvania, Georgia, New York, Alabama, Delaware and New Jersey.
OPTIs are academic sponsors and provide an enhanced quality assurance mechanism for all AOA-approved postdoctoral training programs. Partnerships and collaborations between academic medicine, hospitals and other community-based healthcare facilities are an integral part of the OPTI. As part of an ongoing educational assessment, AOA-approved internships and residencies are assessed on-site and OPTIs are reviewed regularly. This review includes a systematic self-study and annual reporting of data on accreditation procedures established by the Council on Postdoctoral Training and Bureau of Professional Education. The goal is to assure the highest quality osteopathic graduate medical education.
Through PCOM MEDNet, we deliver an integrated, coordinated curriculum which enables us to continue as a national leader in osteopathic medical education.
PCOM MEDNet offers residency programs in 32 specialties.READ MORE
Traditional rotating internship programs are available at several MEDNet member hospitals.
Department of Graduate Medical Education
4190 City Avenue, Suite 409
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Phone: 1-800-POST GRAD (778-4723) | Email: GME@pcom.edu
Richard A. Pascucci, DO, FACOI, CAO
Chief Academic Officer PCOM MEDNet and Vice Dean for Clinical Education
Joanne M. Jones, MBA
Executive Director PCOM MEDNet