Drexel University College of Medicine

Drexel University College of Medicine has over 1,000 medical students. Graduate students number more than 500, and the College is the academic partner in the education of some 550 medical residents. There are more than 700 clinical and basic science faculty, and more than 1,700 affiliate and volunteer faculty. One of every 73 doctors across the United States receives his or her medical education at Drexel.

Drexel University College of Medicine houses one of just 21 National Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health designated by the Department of Health & Human Services. The College's HIV/AIDS primary care practice is the largest on the East Coast and in the top 5 nationwide. Faculty clinicians are highly respected in numerous other specialties, including pain management, cardiology, and toxicology.

The Drexel University College of Medicine community shares core values of education, research, and patient care. We invite you to browse the website to learn more about the College of Medicine, and to contact us if you need assistance in any matter.

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