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Strategic planning

Strategic Plan: 2012-2016

Our Vision

We strive to deliver the very best in quality education and professional training within the programs and services offered in the College of Osteopathic Medicine. We have fully adopted and strongly support Nova Southeastern University’s Vision 2020 as the overarching framework for laying future plans and setting ourselves apart as a distinguished leader in teaching, research and service through excellence and innovation.

College Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide learner-centered education, both nationally and internationally, for osteopathic medical students, post-graduate trainees, physicians, and other professionals.  Through its interprofessional programs, the College prepares competent and compassionate lifelong learner; supports research, scholarly activity, and community service; and advocates for the health and welfare of diverse populations, including the medically underserved.

Periodically, all stakeholders from the College of Osteopathic Medicine participate in planning and evaluation of strategic goals to address new issues and enhance our commitment to the ongoing priorities as defines by faculty, staff, community leaders, and administration. This living document is summarized below:

Strategic Goals (2012-2016)

  1. Teaching and Learning: Prepare students to achieve program-specific, competency based outcomes by providing high quality education and training for all learners.
  2. Research and Scholarly Activity: Promote research and scholarly activity throughout the College by providing professional development, mentoring, and training for students, residents, faculty and staff.
  3. Patient Care: Provide comprehensive patient-centered care and quality training opportunities for students and residents by increasing and enhancing clinical services.
  4. Administration and Organizational Development: Support the mission of the College by strengthening the organizational and administrative infrastructure needed to advance the strategic plan and the ongoing work of the college.
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