Phoenix Medical Students Cook Healthy Meals to Pass Knowledge On to Future Patients

Being embedded in the sixth largest city in the United States, we value the community and state in which we are rooted. The College of Medicine – Phoenix has a profound culture of community service; it is woven throughout all aspects of the college and will continue to be an integral, unique characteristic of our identity.

The college's outreach and influence has continually expanded since its inception in 2007. In that time, we have strived to spread the importance of health care by educating and serving the diverse communities of this state; moreover, it has made efforts to give children of all ages an introduction to the wonders of medical education and to teach them the advantages of living a healthy lifestyle.

The college is strongly supported by the community and enthusiastically returns that support through programs such as STEM education in elementary schools, public education programs and community service projects that support the citizens.

Clinical Programs in the Community

Community Engagement

Community Outreach

The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix encourages interested schools to contact the Office of Admissions to learn more about our school programming opportunities.