OverviewCommunity Health and Preventive Medicine (CHPM) adopts an approach to diagnosing health problems at the community level and working with the community to develop a treatment plan.
The mission of the Health Promotion Resource Center is to work independently and collaboratively to develop a comprehensive network of culturally competent programs and services to empower and promote the development of healthy families and communities.
The Area Health Education Center (AHEC) plans, develops, operates and maintains health education centers that link the university health science center with local planning and educational and clinical resources.
The MSM Prevention Research Center (PRC) is one of a network of academic research centers funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to achieve local and national health objectives focused on gaining knowledge about the best methodologies for solving the nation's obstinate health problems.
MSM employs more than 250 full- and part-time faculty members, many of whom are internationally recognized in their field.
This residency program trains qualified physicians to promote healthy behavior and prevent disease, injury and premature death.
Our mission is to develop a diverse group of public health leaders, foster and support leadership strategies, and influence policies and practices toward the reduction and ultimate elimination of disparities in health.
The National Center for Primary Care (NCPC) is an academic research, training and resource center focused on promoting excellence in community oriented primary care and optimal health outcomes for all Americans.
The Center for Community Health & Service-Learning engages health professional students, faculty, community-based organizations and academic affiliates in service-learning, community service and civic engagement.