The Mercer University Health Sciences Center offers a new way of thinking, a new way of training healthcare professionals, and a new standard for patient care.

Regardless of how health care reform in this country is implemented over the next few years, one thing is certain: We must find ways to deliver patient care more effectively and efficiently. To meet the growing demand for access to health care as our population increases and ages, our health care professionals must learn to work together more effectively as a team.

The Mercer University Health Sciences Center was established to fill this critical demand by organizing our schools and colleges under the umbrella of the Mercer University Health Sciences Center.

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Schools & Colleges

School of Medicine

School of Medicine

Macon, Savannah, Columbus

Meeting primary care and health care needs of rural and medically underserved areas of Georgia.

College of Pharmacy

College of Pharmacy

Atlanta

Effectively contributing to and improving patient-centered care and research.

College of Nursing

College of Nursing

Atlanta

Nationally recognized for educating superior nursing leaders who provide care across the globe.

College of Health Professions

Health Professions

Macon, Atlanta

Became operational July 1, 2013, with master’s and doctoral-level programs.

 

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