There’s a new kind of medical school in Upstate South Carolina, a place where tomorrow’s doctors train alongside today’s physicians and all members of the interdisciplinary health care team from day one. It’s a medical school where hands-on, real-world experience isn’t a mere promise for the future, but a way of life. Where students learn using the latest information, clinical, and simulation technology so that they know how to leverage technology in a rapidly changing world. Where students develop the leadership, clinical, and interpersonal skills essential to delivering the next generation of patient-focused health care with confidence and compassion.

Introducing the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE GREENVILLE, a four-year medical school located at the heart of the Greenville Health System and backed by two decades of partnership in providing comprehensive medical education to students from the University of South Carolina, the state’s largest public university.

This is more than a new school.
It’s a new school of thought.

Dean Jerry R. Youkey, MD

In The News

Meet new faculty: Richard Hodinka - December 9, 2014


First responders, med students train for emergencies at Greenville Memorial Hospital

Fox Carolina - October 17, 2014


Emergency Drill Prepares Future Upstate Doctors

WSPA - October 17, 2014


Med students practice for a crisis in an emergency drill

WYFF - October 17, 2014


Who's Who Ones to Watch: Spence M. Taylor, M.D.

Upstate Busines Journal - October 16, 2014


Greenville med school's assistant dean enjoys challenges of teaching

Greenville Online - July 15, 2014


Student Profile: Michael Hood, teasing out the sound

University of South Carolina News - July 2, 2014

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