UAG School Of Medicine
Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, School of Medicine focuses on training and providing future physicians with an excellent medical background to promote quality healthcare.
Our students are educated with skills and abilities that will help them meet the challenges of personal and community health through acquisition of knowledge, generating abilities, research, and the basic transcending values.
These are focused on promoting healthy habits, disease prevention, prompt diagnoses and adequate training done in a national and international context wherein one must take responsibility and maintain social involvement.
Educating Future Physicians
Our program’s purpose is to prepare physicians to deliver outstanding preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic services to individuals, families, and communities.
Through our School of Medicine curriculum, we strive to provide our graduates with the knowledge they need to provide patient-centered healthcare through these core elements:
- Providing medical education
- Discovering and adapting medical knowledge
- Providing health care services in the clinical fields of learning
- Developing a positive attitude towards the protection and preservation of the environment
- Educating future physicians in an integral way according to the UAG principles, beliefs and values
Training future medical physicians that will heal and serve the community, by encouraging the quest of innovation, academic excellence, adequate training, and disease prevention.
For our students to be recognized by their excellent academic quality, their leadership, and their commitment to society.
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Successful MD graduates worldwide
US MD graduates licensed nationwide
Affiliated teaching hospitals in the US, Puerto Rico and Mexico
Total Enrollment School of Medicine
Enrollment International Program
Title IV recipients for International Program