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Graduate medical education is one of the central missions of the MU School of Medicine, and we offer training in virtually all fields of medicine. Graduate medical education (GME) focuses on the development of clinical skills and professional competencies and on the acquisition of detailed factual knowledge in a medical specialty.
The Heyssel Senior Teacher Educator Partnership (STEP) Program at the MU School of Medicine matches first-year medical students with seniors in the community. Throughout a yearlong partnership, the students and seniors meet monthly to engage in a variety of activities. These interactions, and the knowledge they provide, will allow students to become better physicians in the future.
At the University of Missouri School of Medicine, patient-centered care is our highest priority. In recognition that many of our best and most memorable teachers are our patients, we created the Legacy Teachers™ program to celebrate and recognize our patients’ contributions to our lifelong learning and development
MedZou Community Health Clinic is a faculty-sponsored medical clinic that provides free primary health care, education and prevention.
The Missouri Telehealth Network (MTN) increases access to patient-centered health care via telehealth for rural and underserved Missourians by providing technical assistance to health care organizations, partnering with key stakeholders, operating telehealth programs, and supporting and developing telehealth policies.
2800 Maguire Boulevard, DC345.00
Columbia, Missouri 65211
Technical Hotline: 573-882-3060
For more than 170 years, the University of Missouri School of Medicine has prepared physicians to improve the health of Missourians and the nation by providing excellent health care education and knowledge through research.
MA215 Medical Sciences Building
Columbia, MO 65212
The University of Missouri School of Medicine has been improving health, education and research for more than 165 years. MU physicians treat patients from every county in the state, and more Missouri physicians received their medical degrees from MU than any other university.
Known as one of the nation’s most progressive medical education programs and fastest-growing research programs, the MU School of Medicine prepares physicians to improve the health of Missourians and the nation by providing excellent health care education and creating new knowledge through research.
The University of Missouri School of Medicine educates more than 200 students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees in investigative areas from molecular microbiology and immunology to health management and informatics.