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LECOM-sponsored lecture series at renowned Chautauqua Institution focuses on prevention, health, and wellness LECOM brought its osteopathic philosophy of preventive, whole-person care to a national audience through its ongoing partnership with the renowned Chautauqua Institution. In keeping with its mission of community service and promoting improved health for all, LECOM was the Presenting Sponsor of

LECOM’s participation in Erie Gives is tremendous success The Student Scholarship Fund at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine has received an infusion of nearly $20,000 through LECOM’s participation in Erie Gives. The Erie Community Foundation, the organizer of Erie Gives, held a press conference and formal check distribution ceremony at the Erie Zoo.

he Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, in keeping with its mission of better health for all humanity, was proud to sponsor the 2013 Health Care Forum at the renowned Chautauqua Institution. LECOM’s involvement was highlighted by educational lectures by Gregory W. Coppola, D.O., a faculty member at LECOM and a physician with Millcreek Community

Matthew Strohmeyer, a member of the new class of osteopathic medicine students at LECOM’s campus at Seton Hill, personifies the College’s growth nationally. Strohmeyer hails from Wasilla, Alaska, the same town where Sarah Palin served as mayor before she was elected Governor of Alaska. Strohmeyer does have a connection to northwestern Pennsylvania; his father, Richard Strohmeyer, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon, grew up in

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