Columbus Campus - Family Medicine
About the Columbus Campus
Mercer University has partnered with the Midtown Medical Center of Columbus Regional Health and St. Francis Hospital to establish a clinical campus in Columbus, Georgia. Columbus is Georgia's second largest city and is located on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in west-central Georgia. Beginning in 2012, third and fourth year medical students have trained with the area's finest physicians through a partnership that integrates the strengths of all three institutions. The expansion of Mercer University School of Medicine to Columbus has been made possible by the hard work of many people, including the leadership of the Midtown Medical Center and St. Francis Hospital, Pete Robinson, State Rep. Richard Smith, former dean of Mercer School of Medicine Dr William Bina, Mercer trustees Jimmy Elder and Tom Black, and a number of other local business and community leaders including the Chamber of Commerce.
Family Medicine - Columbus Campus
- Low faculty to student ratio allows for more personalized experience.
- Training at multiple hospitals giving you a greater diversity of experiences.
- Students often get to work one on one with attending acting as first assistant.