The University of Mississippi School of Medicine trains physicians to deliver skilled, equitable health care to all citizens of Mississippi, the region and nation; this is the essential goal of the medical school.
The program is accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.
Along the way, students who complete the four-year course of study leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree absorb the school’s core values, including respect for the range of diversity reflected in all people.
The University of Mississippi School of Medicine is committed to training skilled and compassionate physicians to provide high-quality and equitable health care particularly to the state’s residents, including diverse and underserved populations. The school prepares learners to provide excellent care through programs of innovative education, state-of-the-art research and comprehensive clinical practice.
Appreciation and respect for the traditions, customs and cultures of a diverse state is a must if the school’s
Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is proud to provide safe, quality care to our military service members, their families, veterans and civilian emergency patients as the most robust and productive healthcare organization within the Military Health System (MHS). Both inpatient and outpatient services are provided by approximately 8,500 staff members, including active duty military personnel from each of our uniformed services, Public Health personnel, federal civilians, contract employees, and volunteers.
Our medical center provides safe, quality, evidence-based care for up to 483 military and civilian inpatients.
As the sole verified Level I Trauma Center within the Department of Defense (DoD), BAMC simultaneously provides emergency services during 80,000 Emergency Department visits annually and serves as the premier medical readiness training platform for both the Army and the Air Force.
BAMC providers also care for more than 4,000 patients each day during visits to its six separate
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT YOUR VA
The Central Virginia VA Health Care System and its community-based outpatient clinics are actively screening everyone at entrances to ensure that we are maintaining as safe an environment as possible. We have also temporarily suspended visitation to the Community Living Center and Spinal Cord Injury & Disorder units and all 4th floor units until further notice.
Additionally, we ask that patients bring only one essential caregiver/family member with them to their appointment unless they need assistance ambulating or wayfinding due to a health or mental condition. If a patient needs assistance, then they will be permitted a plus one (and only one; others will be asked to remain outside the facilities). No visitors to any inpatient ward except to see critically ill patients who may be toward the end of life (this will be the attending physician’s decision). Only one visitor at a time will