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About the MD Program MD Program Mission Statement

Drexel University College of Medicine delivers innovative biomedical education in an environment that embraces inquiry and collaboration, founded on excellence in patient care, and based on a culture of, and respect for diversity. These principles are built upon the College of Medicine's legacy of a firm commitment to meeting the health care needs of the communities in which we live and work.

Tower Health - Drexel University Four-Year Regional Campus

In 2021, Reading Hospital-Tower Health will become a 4-year regional campus of the College of Medicine.
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Meet Our Students and Alumni

Marc Andrew Hem Lee, Drexel MD Program Student

Marc Andrew Hem Lee

"I chose Drexel because I really felt at home here during my interview. My general sentiment for medical school entrance is to go where you believe you would feel most at home. As for students considering Drexel, it's important to know that what's special here is that we strive to be an integral part of the Greater Philadelphia community. That's something that is really impressed upon us from the first couple of months in the MD program. If you're interested in learning what it's like to build community as an advocate, as a necessary aggregate of an interprofessional team, then I would say come to Drexel."

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Clifford A. Hudis, MD

Clifford A. Hudis, MD

Though Clifford A. Hudis knew from a young age that he would practice medicine, he could not have predicted that he would one day oversee the leading medical society for oncology professionals. As the chief executive officer of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), he now focuses on improving professional education, cancer policy, and quality for the organization's 45,000 members.

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Charmie Mehta, Drexel MD Program Student

Charmie Mehta, Class of 2022

"I really enjoy being here. The way our curriculum is arranged helps me to grasp concepts well. We learn a similar topic in microbiology, gross anatomy and biochemistry at the same time, which isn"t how all medical schools work. I think learning this way helps you to see the bigger picture and reinforces concepts."

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