The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville is a four-year medical program developed as a partnership between the University of South Carolina (USC) and the Greenville Health System (GHS).
The medical school is located on the Greenville Memorial Medical Campus of GHS, placing students at the doorstep of a variety of clinical learning and research opportunities that they can access from day one of their education.
The vision of the USC School of Medicine Greenville is to educate and advance knowledge to transform healthcare for the benefit of the people in the diverse communities we serve.
Integrated Curriculum Focus
- Systems-based practice
- Population health concerns
- Value-based care
- Strive to meet the workforce needs in the region
Being integrated into a highly integrated health care delivery system, the school produces graduates that are equipped to address contemporary issues that challenge clinical care delivery such as variation in quality, inadequate access and uncontrolled cost, through an educational program that emphasizes care of the total patient, founded on evidence based, comparative effectiveness and outcomes research as the basis for clinical decision making.