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The College of Medicine partners with many community organizations to help improve the health and well-being of people in the Philadelphia area and beyond. Our civic-minded approach to learning and our emphasis on real-life problem solving is at the core of a Drexel education. Our students and faculty volunteer countless hours to address health issues by working at local clinics, managing educational programs and running outreach projects, while leveraging university technology and resources. Students also demonstrate service leadership and collaborate with local agencies to support and augment their outreach and success.

Students and faculty at the College of Medicine participate in several outreach projects.


From free, student-run health clinics to volunteer opportunities at Philadelphia public schools, our faculty and students take an active role in several community outreach projects.

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About community education programs.

Educational Programs

The College of Medicine offers several educational programs for high school students, returning physicians and women in academic medicine.

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Drexel University College of Medicine supports your pursuit of compassionate care and safe global health learning.

Office of Global Health Education

Our work in the community extends beyond the city of Philadelphia. Each year, several medical students participate in international rotations designed to address global health issues.

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About the Institute for Women's Health & Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine.

Institute for Women's Health and Leadership

The Institute for Women's Health and Leadership carries forward the College of Medicine's historic commitment to women's health and women's leadership in medicine and science.

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