The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and the NBA Development League’s Erie BayHawks have signed a five-year contract extension that will continue to have LECOM serve as the exclusive medical provider for the team, as well as continuing a multi-faceted marketing partnership.  The terms of the partnership carry through the team’s 2017-18 season. “Since

Millcreek Health System wins new business leadership award The Millcreek Health System received recognition for its growing presence in Erie, Pa. and for the investment it has made in its employees and in the health of the community. LECOM and Millcreek Community Hospital (MCH) were among the winners at the first ever Commitment to Erie

Nationally recognized plastic surgeon and 1999 Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine graduate Joseph Racanelli, DO introduced the LECOM Class of 2016 to the rigors of clinical medicine when they received their first white coats.  The white coat ceremony, held on Saturday at the Erie Warner Theater, marks a transition from basic sciences into clinical

Medical students at all Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine campuses took time to learn more about the United States Constitution during the College’s annual Constitution Day observance. Jeffrey Myers, JD, presents a Constitution Day program at LECOM’s Bradenton, Fla. campus. Jeffrey Myers, JD, associate general counsel at LECOM’s Bradenton, Fla., campus gave first- and

LECOM Alumni Lend Expertise at Hospital Day

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Just two years ago, Alysha Leonard, DO walked around the Harvest Center in Lakewood Ranch, scouting out potential clinical rotation and residency opportunities during the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine’s annual Hospital Day event. Dr. Leonard, who just graduated in June from LECOM’s Bradenton, Fla., campus, was lending her expertise to current students interested

The LECOM Erie Bridging the Gaps program led by Raeann Carrier, PhD, held their 17th annual poster presentation on Wednesday, September 5th 2012.  The presentation marks the culmination of a summer-long community service effort of 28 students serving 18 different community organizations. The following is an excerpt from the LECOM Connection article “LECOM and BTG