School of Medicine
Founded in 1982, Mercer University School of Medicine has campuses in Macon and Savannah, and recently established a third campus in Columbus.
The mission of Mercer’s School of Medicine is to educate physicians and health professionals to meet the primary care and health care needs of rural and medically underserved areas of Georgia. Mercer ranks 2nd in the nation for graduates practicing in low-income areas in the state they finished medical school, and ranks 3rd in the nation for graduates practicing in rural areas and entering primary care.
Mercer School of Medicine’s clinical component is called “Mercer Medicine.” Through Mercer Medicine, faculty physicians in internal and family medicine provide advanced, specialized medical care to patients while also supporting a clinical learning environment for Mercer medical students. For information about Mercer Medicine, call (478) 301-4111.
- Doctor of Medicine (Macon, Savannah & Columbus)
- Master of Family Therapy (Macon & Atlanta)
- Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (Macon & Savannah)
- Master of Science in Preclinical Sciences (Macon Campus)
Together these programs help fulfill the mission of the school by providing outstanding health care practitioners for the state of Georgia.