Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED)


NEOMED campus view

About Northeast Ohio Medical University

Northeast Ohio College of Medicine is producing doctors from and for Ohio since the past five decades. Although the majority of the students concentrate on primary health care in underprivileged communities and make excellent use of the collaborations of the College that provides teaching hospitals and services with far more than thirty local health networks and academic institutions, others are equally equipped for specialization.

    Mission

    The College of Medicine at NEOMED encourages medical students towards becoming outstanding primary care focused doctors through instruction, studies, and health service. University is working to enhance the wellbeing of the Ohio residents and even beyond Ohio’s population, especially the multicultural and underprivileged.

    Vision

    NEOMED strives to be a national pioneer in society-oriented medicine, known for confronting and inspiring its students and teachers to drive transformative change to advance the wellbeing of Ohio’s population and resolve health care issues in Ohio.

    Values

    Leadership, innovation, and community care provided with:

  • Integrity
  • Curiosity
  • Compassion
  • Diversity

    The NEOMED College of Medicine aims to cultivate and strengthen a diverse and inclusive climate that motivates the students and teachers to attain the maximum potential. Being part of Northeast Ohio Medical University, the College of Medicine is focused on delivering a hospitable atmosphere that celebrates cultural diversity and appreciates numerous variations of human existence. Besides, developing and sustaining a widely integrated College of Medicine culture would best prepare it to meet the health requirements of a diverse population, advance medical science to tackle concerns such as medical inequalities and cultural factors that influence health, and meet the healthcare demands of the diverse populations that are represented. The College of Medicine strives to create a diverse educational atmosphere by attracting, enrolling, recruiting, and retaining/graduating students, teachers, and workforce who are disadvantaged in medicine and dedicated to serving underprivileged members of Ohio’s society. In particular, NEOMED aims to ensure that the academic environment represents the diversity of the State by raising the number of students representing the following characteristics:

  • Those financially unstable or underserved in medical communities
  • Immigrants
  • 1st-generation college students
  • Students from remote and medically underrepresented areas.
  • NEOMED – Accreditation

    The Higher Learning Commission grants full accreditation to Northeast Ohio Medical University. The HLC is among 6 state bodies accrediting institutional-level U.S. educational institutions. In 2013, the Council re-accredited NEOMED for ten years, the maximum period permitted. NEOMED has several degree programs that maintain independent accreditation from certifying organizations relevant to their respective domains and also have fulfilled the education quality standards.

  • College of Medicine’s M.D program is accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.
  • The College of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy degree program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
  • Master of Public Health program is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
  • Continuing Professional Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.
  • Continuing Pharmacy Education fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

Medical College of Education and Health Partners

    Hospital Partners

  • Akron Children’s Hospital – Akron, Boardman
  • Aultman Hospital
  • Cleveland Clinic Akron General
  • Mercy Health – Youngtown, Boardman, Toledo
  • Mercy Medical Center – Canton
  • Metro Health
  • Carmel Health System – Columbus
  • Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare
  • Riverside Methodist Hospital
  • Southwest General Health Center
  • Vincent Charity Hospital
  • Summa Health System – Akron, Barberton
  • University Hospitals – Richmond, Portage, Elyria
  • ValleyCare Health System – Youngstown
  • Alliance Community Hospital
  • Ashtabula County Medical Center
  • Cleveland Clinic Edwin Shaw Rehabilitation
  • Heartland Behavioral Healthcare
  • Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Med Central Health System – Mansfield
  • Medina Community Hospital
  • Salem Community Hospital
  • ValleyCare Health System – Trumbull
  • Union Hospital
  • Summa Health Center at Wadsworth-Rittman
  • Akron Health Department
  • Canton City Health Department
  • Mahoning County District Board of Health
  • Portage County Combined Health District
  • Stark County Health Department
  • Summit County Health Department
  • Pharmacy Partners

  • Absolute Pharmacy Inc
  • Akron Children’s Hospital
  • American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • Acme Pharmacy
  • Akron Community Health Resources
  • Amerind Home Infusion Pharmacy
  • Akron General Medical Center
  • AultCare
  • Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
  • Alliance Community Hospital
  • Aultman Hospital
  • Affinity Medical Center
  • American Pharmacists Association
  • Ahuja Medical Center
  • American Pharmacy Services Corporation
  • Banner Health
  • Beaver Health Mart Pharmacy
  • Brewster Family Pharmacy
  • Barberton Citizens Hospital
  • Brines Hometown Pharmacy
  • Bartlett Regional Hospital
  • Bedford Medical Center
  • Cardinal Health Nuclear Pharmacy Services
  • Choice Pharmacy
  • Center for Families and Children
  • Clark’s Pharmacy
  • Chemawa Health Center
  • Cleveland Dept of Public Health – McCafferty Health Center
  • Cherokee Indian Hospital
  • Community Action Agency of Columbiana County
  • Diabetes in Control
  • Easterday Pharmacy
  • Eli-Lilly & Company
  • Fairview Hospital
  • Fort Myers Prescription Shop
  • Franklin Pharmacy
  • Federal Correctional Institute in Elkton
  • Geauga Medical Center
  • Giant Eagle
  • Grace Hospital
  • Genoa Healthcare
  • Good Samaritan Medical Center
  • Hart Pharmacy
  • Heartland Behavioral Healthcare
  • Hometown Pharmacies
  • Hattie Larlham
  • Heritage Square Pharmacy
  • Humana Mail Order Pharmacy
  • Health Alliance
  • Hillcrest Hospital
  • Independence Inc.
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Kroger
  • KelseyCare Advantage
  • Kleins Pharmacy State Road
  • Kent State University Health Services
  • Lakewood Hospital
  • Louis Stokes VAMC & Outpatient Clinics
  • Lutheran Hospital
  • Marc’s Pharmacies
  • Mercy Medical Center
  • Marion General Hospital
  • Medco Health Solutions
  • Metrohealth Medical Center
  • Mark Roselle Drugs Pharmacy
  • Medina General Hospital
  • Marymount Hospital
  • MemberHealth
  • National Community Pharmacists Association
  • New Choice Pharmacy
  • Northside Medical Center (ValleyCare Health System)
  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital
  • Omnicare Pharmacy of Wadsworth
  • Orchard Specialty Pharmacy Services
  • Parkway Pharmacy
  • PharMerica
  • Prescription Assistance Network Charitable Pharmacy
  • Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
  • Ritzman’s Pharmacies
  • Robinson Memorial Hospital
  • Salem Community Hospital
  • Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center
  • St Vincent Charity Medical Center
  • Sand Run Pharmacy
  • Southwest General Health System
  • Sharon Regional Health System
  • St Elizabeth Boardman Health Center
  • Summa Health System
  • Shrivers Pharmacy
  • St John Medical Center
  • South Pointe Hospital
  • St Joseph Health Center
  • The Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland
  • Triangle Pharmacy
  • The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
  • The Medicine Shoppe
  • University Option Care
  • Columbus OH 43235
  • Union Hospital
  • Vibra Hospital of Mahoning Valley
  • Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
  • Youngstown Pharmacy Care

Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) Admission

The admissions office of Northeast Ohio College of Medicine is always available to help the candidates achieve their dream of becoming a knowledgeable, compassionate, and excellent physician by partnering with teams who ensure the health and well-being of communities around the world. Going through the admissions process successfully, including the application and interview processes, ensures Northeast Ohio College of Medicine and the general public of your readiness to become a physician. For the Secondary Program of Northeast Ohio College of Medicine, an application fee must be charged at the time of delivery of the supplementary application. The deadline to submit the supplementary request is December 15. Please note that the Admissions Office will be closed for winter breaks starting at midday on 23 December until 2 January. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all material is obtained within the time limit, as extensions can not be given.

    NEOMED Requirements

    In their undergraduate years, students are encouraged to have a broad and balanced educational background. Apart from science courses, suggested fields of study include: literature, mathematics, behavioral sciences, history, philosophy, and arts. Research at college will demonstrate intellectual ambition, independent thinking, curiosity, and self-discipline.

    MCAT

    A Medical College Admission Examination (MCAT) should be completed by all candidates before acceptance by the Admissions Committee.  The MCAT is focused on the information obtained from the appropriate courses of science. The test should be conducted no later than September of the year before and MCAT scores older than three years from the date of registration are not accepted.

    Institutions

    Courses are approved only from universities accredited in the United States or Canada by the National Committee of Local Accrediting Agencies. That would include community colleges, junior colleges, and coursework online. Advanced placement courses in high school will only be approved when credit appears on the applicant’s college transcript and the AMCAS transcript. All undergraduate courses must usually be taken within the United States. Nevertheless, if you completed a graduate course in the U.S. and the final transcript stated that you already received credit for the non-U.S. student courses, Northeast Ohio College of Medicine can consider those courses.

    Letter of Recommendation

    The Northeast Ohio College of Medicine is engaged in the letter service of AMCAS, and all letters should be sent through AMCAS. NEOMED needs a letter from the Committee or a letter packet if it is given by the candidate’s college or university. In AMCAS, these combined letters count as one letter and meet the entire criteria. If candidate’s school has no counselor or committee, the candidate must send three letters as follows: two letters from the science professors with whom the candidate took classes, and one letter from the non-science professor with whom the candidate took classes.

    Required Courses

    COURSES

    ACCEPTABLE COURSES

    Biology

    Anatomy and Physiology

    Cell Structure and Function

    General Biology

    Genetics

    Histology

    Microbiology

    Nervous System

    Upper-level Zoology

      

    Non-Acceptable Courses

    Biochemistry

    Botany

    Ecology

    General Chemistry

    ·        General Chemistry

    ·        Physical Chemistry

    Organic Chemistry

    Biochemistry can be substituted for four of the eight credits

    Physics

    General Physics

    Physical Chemistry may be substituted depending on the material covered

      


Campus Life

    Campus Safety

    The Public Safety Office and NEOMED Police Department include on-campus residents 24 hours a day with security and rescue services.

    Health and Wellness

    Health and wellness is a framework for educational and personal achievement. NEOMED provides activities, services, and resources that help students achieve and sustain optimal health and wellbeing objectives. Situated in the NEOMED Center for Health and Wellbeing Sequoia Wellness is a 25,000 sq ft building located in the center of the university wellness department is complete with:

  • A spacious fitness floor
  • Lap and warm-water therapy pools
  • A multi-use basketball court
  • Free-weight areas
  • Group exercise classes
  • Steam rooms, saunas, and a whirlpool
  • Counseling Services

    The Student Health and Counselling Support Service offers free and reliable therapy for anxiety, distress, sexual harassment, management and leadership, suicidal tendencies and a variety of other issues.

    Health Services

    Student Health Service offers access to primary health care, vaccines, and medical insurance. Students are supposed to engage in mandatory awareness training on blood diseases and standard measures. All students are supposed to keep up-to-date on their vaccinations and submit vaccine data into the new immunization tracking program.

    Housing Facilities

    The Community at NEOMED, the on-campus housing residential separately run by the Institution, is just minutes away from the main building. The community includes studio bedrooms furnished with tables, chairs, beds, walk-in closets. Central lounges, gaming areas, outside terrace areas, and scheduled resident activities enable students to enjoy and interact with their friends, seniors, and juniors.

    Dining Facilities

    Dining is a gathering spot, it promotes and embraces culture, it connects people as well as enables them to discuss group perspectives. For students to understand and demonstrate corporate responsibility, the dining plan is the ideal environment to learn about various cultures and relate their classwork to the actual world. It is the reason why we enjoy food and dining so much. The college cafeteria has a complete range of in-house programs that offer a regular range of eating and nutritious choices.

    Student Organizations

    The University has more than 70 societies for students, spanning from student government to honoring associations to community societies to cultural communities. The study program is an important part of both curricular and non-curricular activities. student groups meet their annual service criteria by engaging in a variety of charity events and activities.

    Student Organizations include:

  • Adrenaline Club (AC)
  • Alpha Omega Alpha – NEOMED Zeta Chapter
  • American Academy of Family Physicians-Family Medicine Interest Group (AAFP-FMIG)
  • American Academy of Neurology-Student Interest Group for Neurology (AAN-SIGN)
  • American Academy of Pediatrics – Pediatric Action Club (AAP-PAC)
  • American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS)
  • American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI)
  • American College of Lifestyle Medicine – Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group
  • American College of Physicians- Internal Medicine Interest Group (ACP-IMIG).
  • American Geriatrics Society- Geriatrics Interest Group (AGS-GIG)
  • American Medical Association (AMA)
  • Ohio State Medical Association Medical Students Section
  • American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
  • American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA)
  • American Pharmacists Association (APhA-ASP)
  • Anesthesiology Interest Group (AIG)
  • Artists in Medicine Society (AIMS)
  • Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
  • Association of Catholic Medical Students (ACMS)
  • Association of Women Surgeons (AWS)
  • Bioethics Club
  • Black Student Association
  • Business & Leadership in Medical Practices (BLIMP)
  • Cardiology Interest Group (CIG)
  • Center for Student Wellness & Counseling Services
  • Christian Medical Association (CMA)
  • College of Graduate Studies
  • College of Medicine Office of the Dean and Medical Education
  • College of Medicine- Professional Development Advising Team (PDAT) Program
  • College of Pharmacy
  • College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP)
  • COM- Student Impact Committee
  • Committee for Student Clinical Research
  • Cover to Cover (C2C)
  • Department of Family and Community Medicine
  • Dermatology Interest Group (DIG)
  • Developmental Disabilities Awareness Club (DDAC)
  • Diversity Council
  • Ear, Nose, and Throat Interest Group
  • Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
  • Financially Fit Future Pharmacists Club (FFFPC)
  • Fit Club (Fit Club)
  • Future Military Physicians (FMP)
  • Gastroenterology and Hepatology Interest Group (GHEP)
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society
  • I Love Ice Cream Club (ILICC)
  • Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. Zeta Epsilon Chapter (KY)
  • Lambda Kappa Sigma, Alpha Chi Chapter (LKS)
  • Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA)
  • Medical and Pharmacy Perspectives
  • Medical Student Pride Alliance (MSPA)
  • Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)
  • Middle Eastern Culture Club
  • Mindfulness in Medicine
  • Musicians in Medicine (MiM)
  • Muslim Student Association (MSA)
  • National Arab American Medical Association
  • National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA)
  • NEOMED Compounding Club
  • NEOMED Plus
  • NEOMED Pro-Life
  • NEOMED Student Council (NSC)
  • NEOMED University Events
  • Nephrology and Endocrinology Interest Group (NEIG)
  • NMPRA – Med/Peds Interest Group
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology Interest Group (OBGIG)
  • Office of Assessment- College of Pharmacy
  • Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Office of Research and Sponsored Programs- College of Graduate Studies
  • Office of Student Services
  • Oncology Interest Group (OIG)
  • Ophthalmology Interest Group (OPIG)
  • Orthopedic Surgery Interest Group (OSIG)
  • OutReach: Northeast Ohio’s Student Outreach to the Underserved (OutReach)
  • Palliative Care Interest Group (PCIG)
  • Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG)
  • Pharmacy Practice- College of Pharmacy
  • Phi Delta Epsilon
  • Phi Lambda Sigma-Gamma Phi Chapter
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Interest Group (PM&RIG)
  • Physicians for Human Rights (PHR)
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)
  • Plastic Surgery Interest Group (P-SIG)
  • Psychiatry Student Interest Group (PSIG)
  • Public Health/Preventive Medicine Interest Group (PHIG)
  • Pulmonology and Critical Care Interest Group (PCCIG)
  • Radiology Interest Group (RIG)
  • Relay for Life Student Chapter (RFL)
  • Rho Chi
  • Rural Medicine Interest Group (RMIG)
  • Rx Abuse Prevention Club

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