The faculty, staff, and administration of Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine are committed to the osteopathic philosophy and heritage, serving the needs of our students, faculty, and patients today as well as into the future, and advancing both the science and art of the practice of osteopathic medicine.

Working together, we recruit and educate talented individuals committed to becoming osteopathic physicians. We have as a goal the graduation of students who are prepared to succeed in any graduate medical education program they decide to pursue. In addition, we are committed to ensuring that our graduates have the foundation of knowledge, skills, and competencies that will enable them to meet the needs of the wide diversity of patients they will encounter in their professional careers. We are committed to producing physicians who are knowledgeable, skilled and competent, but also professional and ethical. The college is dedicated to producing physicians with the skills needed to remain lifelong learners, the desire to contribute to the advancement of medical knowledge, and the passion to be of service to their patients throughout their professional careers.

The College of Osteopathic Medicine prepares to accomplish these goals by:

  • Providing experienced and dedicated professionals and faculty who demonstrate excellence in their knowledge, skill, and experience in the practice of medicine, professionalism, and ethics in their personal conduct and dedication for the education of medical students, to serve as the educators, mentors, and role models for our students.
  • Providing the facilities and resources necessary to ensure that its students have access to, and the opportunity to acquire a state-of-the-art medical education in a positive learning environment.
  • Providing the resources and support for research and scholarly activity that aligns the needs of our communities, students, and faculty.
  • Providing opportunities for clinical experience under the supervision and guidance of talented, knowledgeable, dedicated, credentialed faculty that will allow our students to acquire the clinical knowledge, skills, and competencies required, while integrating these components within the core of knowledge acquired during the student’s preclinical education.

LUCOM’s dedication to a Continuous Quality Assessment and Quality Improvement Process serves to advance its mission and vision, benefit the education of its students, and assess the growth and development of its faculty and staff.

LUCOM is committed to seeking out and carefully evaluating the opinions and recommendations of our students, faculty, staff, and community and professional partners and to integrate them into our programs.

LUCOM is committed to our mission statement and reaching the goals established by the vision and values adopted by the Liberty University Board of Trustees and the College of Osteopathic Medicine.

1.1 Program Mission

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