Graduate Medical Education
Our mission is to train and develop qualified physicians to practice as competent,
caring physicians in the ambulatory, hospital and extended care settings.
We are dedicated to continually improving the quality of education for both the undergraduate
and the postgraduate physician-in-training by emphasizing a continuum of learning
for the individual physician through four years of medical school, the internship
year and his or her residency program.
Our commitment to providing trainees with the highest quality of academic and clinical
training enables Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine to continue as a national
leader in osteopathic medical education.
Report Mistreatment and Areas of Concern
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is dedicated to creating and promoting
a safe learning environment for our residents. Click the link below to report mistreatment,
lack of adequate supervision or other areas of concern.
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Notice to Applicants
All applicants for PCOM residency and fellowship programs must be legally authorized
to work in the United States.