Midwestern University has been educating Osteopathic physicians since 1900, and meeting the needs of the education continuum requires the development of quality residency programs. The Midwestern University GME Consortium is an integral part of Midwestern University academic community that is governed by Bylaws that define its distinct mission, purpose, membership, governance and committee structure, officers, and operational management.
The current organizational structure of the Midwestern University GME Consortium is unique in that it includes two osteopathic medical schools; the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine located on the Downers Grove Campus, and the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine located on the Glendale Campus. The Midwestern University GME Consortium structure operates in two regions as a unified academic community and provides the comprehensive services and support that ensure the success of the postdoctoral training programs. Under the aegis of the MWU governing Board, each campus oversees its separate geographical region of postdoctoral training programs.
Our institution received ACGME “Continued Accreditation” October 3, 2018. One program has received Continued Accreditation and 10 programs have received Initial Accreditation.