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  1. LECOM Gives $500,000 to Erie County Government

    College designates funds for Emergency Services and the Erie County Library. The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine has reached an agreement to give Erie County (Pa.) government $500,000 over five years.  The county will use the funds for two important projects supporting emergency services and the county library.  The announcement was made by Erie…

  2. Great Rural Learning Experience Occurring For Second-Year Resident

    A second-year resident will be practicing with physicians and emergency room personnel during May at the Purcell Municipal Hospital (PMH). Robert Zukas, D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathy), began his month-long rotation with the hospital through St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program. A doctor of osteopathy medicine has the same training as a medical doctor (M.D.), but…

  3. Millcreek Community Hospital Residents Sweep POMA Essay Competition

    Two LECOM alumni among the five winners The importance of a medical college having its own teaching hospital such as LECOM’s Millcreek Community Hospital (MCH) becomes apparent through the achievements of the hospitals physicians and residents. The role MCH residents play in the education of LECOM students was recognized by the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association…

  4. LECOM Students Stage Operation Prom

    Annual event warns high school students about the dangers of drinking and driving Bayshore High School students received a sobering reminder about the dangers of drinking and driving thanks to the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Bradenton campus Operation Prom event. In conjunction with Manatee County emergency operations staff, LECOM’s Emergency Medicine Club staged…

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