The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is part of the Tristate region’s only academic medical center, with $186 million in research grants and contracts holdings and more than 3,000 faculty, physicians and advance practice providers in 89 specialties generating 2.2 million total visits annually, making it indispensable in education, research and patient care.

The academic medical center also includes UC Health, Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Cincinnati Children’s, the No. 1 pediatric hospital in the country.

The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine has a distinguished reputation for training prominent health care professionals and providing transformative research. We are leading urban public universities into a new era of innovation and impact. At the University of Cincinnati, we realize the impact our education, research and patient care has on our community and the world. So, we don’t wait for change to happen. We break boundaries, boldly imagine, and create what’s next.

Established in 1819, the College of Medicine is Ohio’s first medical college and the nation’s second-oldest public college of medicine. University of Cincinnati Medical Center was founded in 1821 as the teaching hospital for the UC College of Medicine, the first in the United States. UC College of Medicine boasts an exceptional list of alumni and current and past faculty who have made considerable contributions to medicine and the medical sciences. Numerous faculty have received prestigious national recognition from distinguished academies, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association of Physicians, National Academy of Medicine, and National Academy of Sciences. Hundreds of UC College of Medicine faculty and researchers who practice medicine have been recognized by Best Doctors in America and Top Doctors in Cincinnati.

The College of Medicine is committed to providing a curriculum that offers diverse learning opportunities. Students develop a broad range of knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to practice medicine. The curriculum has been carefully structured to balance subject-specific courses, integrated content blocks and clinical experiences.

UC is a public research university with an enrollment of nearly 51,000 students and is ranked fourth in the nation for co-ops and internships. Its endowment of $1.8 billion puts it among the top 25 public universities in the U.S. UC’s statewide economic impact is $22.7 billion. The university’s health affairs enterprise also includes the colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Nursing and Pharmacy.

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