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Advance. Transform. Illuminate. Discover the NYITCOM advantage: Our lively and diverse faculty/student body, coupled with our cutting-edge facilities, contribute to a dynamic environment that makes NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine your top choice. Attend a medical school that is dedicated to YOU, where you’ll find:

  • State-of-the-art research and anatomy labs used by top-level research faculty from around the world
  • Comprehensive and competitive curriculum
  • Opportunities for interdisciplinary study
  • Strong relationships with 35 hospitals and health care facilities for clinical study
  • Outstanding and highly competitive residency placements; in 2015, our match/placement rate was 100% (outcomes data)
  • Longstanding partnerships with preeminent clinical sites
  • One campus close to New York City and another in rural Jonesboro, Ark.
  • An engaged and active alumni network
  • An exciting community that fosters the academic development and overall wellness of our students
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NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine

Fast Fact: College of Osteopathic Medicine

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine's Class of 2016 had a perfect 100% match/placement rate for residencies.


Old Westbury, NY

Serota Academic Center, room 203
Northern Boulevard
P.O. Box 8000
Old Westbury, NY 11568
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Jonesboro, AR

NYITCOM at Arkansas State
P.O. Box 119
State University, AR 72467
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News & Events

First-year medical students honored their “first patients”— those who donated their bodies to science—with music, poetry, and red roses at a poignant ceremony on May 11.

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  • May 24 — Congrats to Dr. Yao on receiving the faculty award for Excellence in Teaching and Clinical Science!
  • May 24 — Being part of this #NYIT spirit made me stand up and raise my voice. - NYIT Student Commencement Speaker Ana Robakidze
  • May 15 — To address physician shortage, medical schools expand to rural areas http://ihenow.com/224BnRs @insidehighered