Community-based, patient-centered, innovative education
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine educates aspiring physicians and scientists to serve society using a community-based, patient-centered, interprofessional and evidence-based model of education that is committed to inclusion, promotes discovery and utilizes innovative techniques.
Undergraduate medical education
Residencies and fellowships
Programs that combine education, clinical work, patient care and research to help you grow professionally and personally.
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Impact the future of our community’s health by supporting the best and brightest minds in medicine today.
What's happening on campus?
Four Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine students and two faculty members have published an article in the May edition of The Journal of Arthroplasty. The Journal of Arthroplasty is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research and manuscripts from all areas relating to joint replacement or the treatment of its complications. The article the Geisinger team published was entitled, "Lumbar spine fusion and symptoms of leg length discrepancy following hip arthroplasty."
On April 27, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine's Pediatric Outreach Group for Students (POGS) hosted events for child abuse prevention. The observance included a pinwheel planting on the lawn of the Medical Sciences Building. Students also wrote, signed and sent letters to local business owners about recognizing the signs of child abuse.