MSUCOM / SCSStatewide Campus System

About SCS

Introduction and History

The Statewide Campus System is the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine educational consortium. The SCS exists to enhance the quality of postdoctoral education through the collective efforts of their member institutions. The AOA has mandated that all post-graduate training programs (residency and internship) be part of an educational consortium that consists of member hospitals and a College of Osteopathic Medicine.

SCS has 26 members across 47 hospitals and 31 federally qualified health centers, along with 3 academic members. The SCS of MSUCOM provides educational programs and opportunities for pre-doctoral through postdoctoral, osteopathic interns, residents, and fellows in the State of Michigan.

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