Training the Next Generation of Osteopathic Physicians and Health Care Providers

Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (LMU-DCOM) was established on August 1, 2007, on the campus of Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. With the beautiful Cumberland Gap mountains serving as the backdrop, LMU-DCOM is one of the most prominent buildings on campus. LMU-DCOM currently offers programs in two locations : Harrogate, TN and Knoxville, TN. Quality educational programs are delivered through experienced faculty utilizing innovative teaching methods and state-of-the-art technology. LMU-DCOM is fully committed to meeting the health care needs of the community and beyond with excellence in teaching, patient care and services.

2007 LMU-DCOM was established 2007 LMU-DCOM was established
2011 LMU-DCOM graduated its first class of Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine 2011 LMU-DCOM graduated its first class of Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine
#1 School for graduating the most primary care residents (U.S. News & World Report) #1 School for graduating the most primary care residents (U.S. News & World Report)

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Student on stage shaking hands May 4, 2022 LMU-DCOM Hosts White Coat Ceremony for Class of 2024

LMU-DCOM hosted a White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2024 on April 30 at Tex Turner Arena on the main campus in Harrogate. The ceremony featured 387 students who began in August 2020 at Harrogate and LMU-Knoxville.

DPT group photo April 13, 2022 Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Hosts White Coat Ceremony

The LMU Doctor of Physical Therapy program hosted a White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2024 on April 9 in Knoxville, Tennessee. The ceremony was held at the Rothchild Catering and Conference Center and featured 57 students who began in May 2021 as the inaugural cohort of the program.

Virtual Opioid Symposium Program Cover April 5, 2022 LMU-DCOM Virtual Opioid Education Symposium set for April 18

LMU-DCOM will host the 2022 Virtual Opioid Education Symposium on Monday, April 18, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. This year’s theme is the stigma surrounding substance abuse.