UIWSOM’s mission is to empower all members of the medical education community to achieve academic, professional and personal success and develop a commitment to lifelong learning through excellence in learner–centered, patient-focused education, justice-based research and meaningful partnerships of osteopathic clinical service across the spectrum of medical education (UME/GME/CME). The development and application of osteopathic principles of medicine across four years of physician training will promote culturally, linguistically, and community responsive care for all patients to enhance patient safety and improve patient outcomes.
Our vision is to transform learning communities with the ability to impact civic engagement, education, health and health care in the global community.
· we aspire to the highest ethical and moral standards in everything that we do, in keeping with the mission of the Sisters of Charity and the University of the Incarnate Word.
· empathy and sensitivity in all our interactions with others;
· we seek to transform our students through service learning and community engagement initiatives that provide opportunities for
In August 2017, UIW welcomed its first class of 150 students to the UIW School of Osteopathic Medicine, we had over 3,400 applications. I come to you today to join in donating scholarship dollars to current and new students who are sure to serve the community for years to come.