Senior Associate Dean for Admissions, Medical College of Georgia
Thank you for your interest in the Medical College of Georgia. Founded in 1828 as the nation’s 5th public medical school, we have a rich and long standing tradition of educating excellent physicians. Whether the focus is patient care, academics, or research, our graduates have a proven track record of success and leadership in our community, in our state, and across our nation.
Our uniquely distributed campus model allows us to offer experiences to fit your individual learning style. We offer two 4 year campus options: our flagship campus in Augusta houses 190 students while our medical partnership campus in Athens houses 40 students.
Students receive a wide variety of clinical experiences provided by our two main campuses, as well as, three regional clinical campuses located in Savannah, Rome and Albany. In addition, there are more than 130 clinical training sites across the State of Georgia. These diverse and expansive opportunities ensure that our students are exceptionally prepared to meet the challenges of an ever-changing healthcare environment. No matter your chosen field of medicine, the Medical College of Georgia will have you ready for practice.
Each year, our mission is to seat the best possible class of future physicians to meet the growing healthcare needs of every man, woman, and child in Georgia and beyond. We conduct a holistic review of each candidate and seek students who are academically strong, compassionate, demonstrate intellectual curiosity, are willing to serve an underserved population and uphold the highest ethical and moral standards. We expect each and every graduate to serve as a leader in healthcare and an ambassador for the University and the more than 10,000 living alumni.
As a Georgia native and graduate of the Medical College of Georgia for both my medical education and residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology, I am proud to call the Medical College of Georgia home. It is our hope that you too will find a home at the Medical College of Georgia.