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Advance. Transform. Illuminate. Discover the NYITCOM advantage: Our lively, diverse, and supportive faculty/student body leverage technology, cutting-edge facilities, and a breadth of medical expertise to create a dynamic environment in which to pursue your goal of becoming a physician. We offer:

  • Two campuses: in Old Westbury near New York City and in northeast Arkansas at Arkansas State University, Jonesboro.
  • Our comprehensive, current, and competitive curriculum.
  • Opportunities for interdisciplinary, global, and community-based medical experience.
  • Strong relationships with top hospitals and health care facilities for clinical study.
  • Outstanding, highly competitive residency placements (outcomes data).
  • State-of-the-art research, biomedical, and anatomy labs run by world-renowned, grant-funded research faculty members.
  • An engaged, active network of successful alumni in a wide range of specialties.
  • A connected community that fosters the academic success and overall wellness of students.
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NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine

Fast Fact: College of Osteopathic Medicine

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine's Class of 2018 had a perfect 100% match/placement rate for residencies.

Locations

Old Westbury, NY

Serota Academic Center, room 203
Northern Boulevard
P.O. Box 8000
Old Westbury, NY 11568
516.686.3747
comadm@nyit.edu
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Jonesboro, AR

NYITCOM at Arkansas State
P.O. Box 119
State University, AR 72467
870.680.8816
comjbadmissions@nyit.edu
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