The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine is a private graduate school of medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy with a main campus in Erie, Pennsylvania, and branch campuses in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Bradenton, Florida, and Elmira, New York
LECOM Offers a Choice of Campuses in Pennsylvania, New York, and Florida
LECOM is a private college with its main campus in Erie, PA, with an additional location, LECOM at Seton Hill, in Greensburg, PA; and LECOM Bradenton, a branch campus in Bradenton, Florida. The nation has a growing demand for new doctors, dentists, and pharmacists, and LECOM's mission is to prepare health care professionals trained in the osteopathic tradition of competent and compassionate, whole-person primary care.
Greensburg, the county seat of Westmoreland County since 1785, was named for Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene. The city grew from a small cluster of buildings along a wagon trail that connected Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to a major center of business and culture in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Students benefit from close relationships with the Allegheny Health Network (Forbes Hospital and Allegheny General Hospital) in Pittsburgh, Conemaugh Health System in Johnstown, Somerset Hospital in Somerset, and Fayette Regional Health System (Uniontown Hospital) in Uniontown, all of which provide valuable clinical training for students during their third and fourth years.
This school has multiple campuses
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at. Seton Hill (LECOM) Greensburg, PA
Lynch Hall, 20 Seton Hill Dr,
Pennsylvania - United States