Strategic PlanClick here to learn about the school's goals for 2013-2014.
MissionTo improve the health of all people, especially Missourians, through exemplary education, research and patient-centered care
VisionTo be a transformational leader in improving health
ValuesExcellence: We pursue the highest goals and accept the sacrifices and responsibilities required to achieve our best possible performance.
Respect: We nurture free and open discourse, listen to new ideas, and value diverse perspectives and talents.
Service: We put forth our most diligent efforts on behalf of our patients, learners, stakeholders and partners.
Integrity: We commit to honesty, truthfulness and authenticity in our relationships and activities.
Responsibility: We exhibit a strong sense of duty, stewardship and accountability to each other and to the public.
Innovation: We pursue an ongoing, collaborative process of discovery and translate knowledge for the benefit and service of society.
Compassion: We relate to others in a caring, empathic manner and strive to prevent and relieve human suffering.
Inclusion: We promote diversity and convey a sense of belonging, respect and value for all persons.
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Diversity and Inclusion
The University of Missouri and its School of Medicine share the following definitions of diversity and inclusion. Diversity is reflective of a community of people of differing genders, racial-ethnic backgrounds, languages, religious beliefs, sexual orientations, abilities and disabilities, national and geographical origins, socio-economic class, veterans' status and political views. Inclusion means that diversity should be included as an integral component of every effort to improve education, research and patient care. Inclusion should be reflected in the campus climate, curriculum, intellectual discourse, leadership, scholarly products, and recruitment and retention efforts.
The MU School of Medicine promotes an inclusive academic health care community. A diverse population offers a rich environment that leads to greater knowledge, understanding, acceptance and mutual respect. The school's faculty members embrace MU's commitment to diversity and recognize the special role of the medical school in the development of a physician workforce prepared to serve an increasingly diverse state and national populace. It is both the MU School of Medicine's responsibility and in its institutional self-interest to recruit and retain faculty, staff and students who reflect and understand the larger communities that MU serves. The School of Medicine will, through education and example:
- Commit to a welcoming, engaged environment for all;
- Pursue a diverse and qualified community within the School of Medicine;
- Recognize and reward talent, scholarship, and merit in an environment that derives its strength from varied societal experiences;
- Value the enrichment that diversity provides to the practice and art of medicine.
Senior LeadershipClick here to view the School of Medicine administration.
DepartmentsClick here to view the School of Medicine departments.
Click here to learn how MU has advanced medical education, research and care for more than 165 years.
- Faculty: 662
- Staff: 1,869
- 385 medical students
- 424 residents and fellows
- 330 PhD and master's degree students
- Physician alumni: 7,714
- Physician alumni in Missouri: 4,298
- Doctoral and master's degree graduates: 510
PatientsClinic Visits (All Sites): 568,675
Major Surgical Operations: 23,135
Emergency and Trauma Center Visits: 54,375
Patients transported by helicopter: 900
Radiological Exams and Treatments: 272,584
Laboratory Tests: 1,657,769
Pharmacy orders: 6,109,512
Data reflects patient care provided at MU Health Care in fiscal year 2013.
Finances (FY13)Revenue: $307 million
Sources of revenue by %
- Clinical revenue: 68.1%
- General revenue: 10.6%
- State support: 5.4%
- Tuition and other: 5.1%
- Research: 14%
- Gifts: 1.4%
- Contract and service operations: 2%
- All other sources: 3.9%
With expenditures of nearly $1 billion, MU’s medical school, hospitals and clinics generated approximately $2.3 billion in economic impact during fiscal year 2013. Click here to learn more.
What Sets Us Apart
- Click here to download a list of recent achievements at the MU School of Medicine.
- Click here to download more information about medical education and medical students at MU.
- Click here to download more information about the Rural Track Pipeline Program.
- Click here to download more information about the Bryant Scholars Pre-Admissions Program.
- Click here to download more information about the Tom and Anne Smith MD-PhD Program.