|Augusta University/Medical College of Georgia||
(Augusta) Augusta University, home of the Medical College of Georgia, is one of only four public comprehensive research institutions in the state of Georgia and the state's only public medical school. Founded in 1828, MCG has regional campuses around the state as well as an innovative three-year curriculum that allows students to tailor their fourth year to their interests.
|Emory University||(Atlanta) Emory is a teaching institution with a curriculum that emphasizes medical education and problem solving, aimed at educating students who will become leaders in medicine and science.|
|Mercer University (MUSM)||(Macon) Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) is dedicated to educating physicians to meet the health care needs of rural and other medically underserved areas of Georgia. MUSM also features a regional campus in Columbus.|
|Morehouse||(Atlanta) Morehouse School of Medicine's focus is the preparation of physicians, especially African-Americans and other minorities, to enter primary care specialties.|
|Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia||(Suwanee) PCOM-Georgia's primary focus is to train students from Georgia and nearby southern states to practice osteopathic medicine and encourage them to locate in inner cities and rural areas, which are experiencing a shortage of physicians. PCOM also features a regional campus in Moultrie, the southwest corner of Georgia.|
AHEC develops and implements recruitment initiatives to increase knowledge of health professions and career pathways for students seeking a healthcare career.