Faculty members at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine are committed to teaching both the science and the art of medicine.
Throughout the four-year medical curriculum, they integrate the basic and clinical sciences through an organ system approach to medical education. Didactic settings are quite varied and include small group activities, computer-based instruction, and case-based tutorials.
Students may also practice their skills in the school's Clinical Skills Center, where they have the opportunity to interact with trained standardized patients and practice selected clinical procedures on simulated models and mannequins before participating in the care of actual patients.
During third- and fourth-year clinical rotations, students continue developing their diagnostic and treatment competencies in a variety of supervised inpatient and outpatient settings. Every aspect of the curriculum encourages independent inquiry while introducing students to an array of skills necessary for a lifetime of critical evaluation and learning.
We hope that the information presented here will answer your questions about our educational programs. If you require further information, please contact the staff in the Admissions Office.
Hiral Choksi, M.D.
Marilyn Maxwell, M.D.