This blog lists the medical schools in Iowa including their course requirements and admission statistics. It also outlines some features of the state which you should consider if you are applying to a medical school in Iowa.
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Iowa has large metropolitan areas, but also features suburban and rural areas, allowing you to gain exposure to the intricacies and unique presentations in rural medicine.
Medical Schools in Iowa:
The Carver College of Medicine has three missions: to "education, research, and service. The college aspires to be responsive to the needs of society through the excellence of its educational programs in the health professions and biomedical sciences, by the outstanding quality of its research, and through the provision of innovative and comprehensive health care and other services."Established in 1870, the Carver College of Medicine was the first public institution in the country to admit women, with 8 women admitted to the first-ever class of 37 students. The college admits roughly 150 students each year, 70% of them being Iowa residents.
Location: Iowa City, IA
Founded in 1898, Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine is one of the top 25 largest accredited schools in the nation. Their mission is "to improve lives in our global community by educating diverse groups of highly competent and compassionate health professionals." Roughly 220 students are accepted into the Osteopathic medical program each year.
Location: Des Moines, IA
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