Note: We will begin accepting applications to the Primary Care-Population Health program in the admissions cycle beginning June, 2014.
At the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Program in Primary Care-Population Health, we aim to train physicians who will become expert clinicians in primary care and leaders in population health. Our graduates are the next generation of leaders in communities, in medical practices and in academia.
The Office of Admissions is proud to play a role in that mission by admitting outstanding students whose intellectual, educational, and experiential diversity and commitment to community never cease to impress us.
With a student enrollment in the Primary Care-Population Health program of only 24 students per year, you’ll enjoy close, meaningful relationships with our outstanding faculty – the physicians and scientists who will become your teachers, mentors, and colleagues at both Alpert Medical School and the School of Public Health.
We are delighted by your interest in Alpert Medical School’s Program in Primary Care-Population Health and invite you to explore the information on this website. If you feel inspired to become part of our community, please consider applying to the MD Class of 2019.
Information for admission to the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University can be found here.