The Primary Care-Population Medicine (PC-PM) program is an innovative, dual-degree curriculum that prepares students for a career in medicine while providing comprehensive, longitudinal training in population medicine. The program prepares medical students for leadership roles in health care on the local, state, or national level in areas ranging from primary care clinical service to research, education, and health policy.
This four-year program, the first of its kind in the United States, results in the awarding of both a Doctor of Medicine and a Master of Science in Population Medicine.
I'm going to have the knowledge and the skills that I need to really address health care from a 360 degree point of view. And at the end of the day, I think the network that we're building here is invaluable. I think the content that we're receiving here is invaluable. And it will make us truly well-rounded physicians who care about populations and individuals.
- Michelle Diop, second-year student
For more information about our 2019 graduates of the PC-PM program, click here.