Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

CurriculumCurriculum

Emphasizing education through cooperation and collaboration, and using state-of-the-art educational facilities, GW’s M.D. curriculum prepares graduates for residencies in a variety of concentrations.

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Local and Global OpportunitiesLocal & Global Opportunities

Located in Washington, D.C., SMHS offers students a unique opportunity to enhance their medical education by getting involved in research, internships and activities with national and international health care organizations in the nation’s capital, and participate in formal international electives. The Office of International Medicine Programs leads medical missions and cultivates global partnerships to provide life-changing opportunities to build the capacity of other countries and share the latest advances in medicine and health care.

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ResearchResearch

Medical research is a key facet of the GW experience. Whether in a lab on campus or at one of the many world-renowned organizations nearby, students can pursue cutting-edge research in diverse and exciting fields that will have an impact on the prevention and treatment of disease and enhance the practice of medicine.

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AffiliatesWorld-Renowned Affiliates

During the program, SMHS M.D. students spend time at a variety of GW’s affiliated local clinics and community hospitals, as well as the area’s large military hospitals and facilities.

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Track Program

The Track Program, run by the Office of Student Opportunities (OSO), is an educational program designed to enrich students' experiences and opportunities, and expose them to various concentrations of study. SMHS believes this program will further students' medical careers by providing a broader health care perspective and exposure to leadership opportunities.

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Residency PlacementResidency Placement

GW maintains a national reputation for placing graduates into quality residency programs, including world-renowned facilities in the D.C. area and throughout the nation. Fourth-year medical students extended their streak in 2012 by matching for residencies at a rate above the national average and will continue their training at some of the finest hospitals in the country.

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