Inaugural Commencement Ceremony: June 3, 2021

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Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine is designed to produce exceptional physicians who truly understand what drives health and disease, integrate technology and systems into their thinking and practice, and are able to improve the health outcomes of all populations. We are seeking applicants whose experiences will bring added value to the learning environment and evidence a commitment to serve their community.

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Unique Curriculum

Our unique curriculum utilizes evidence-based teaching methods to promote effective and efficient student learning.

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State-of-the-Art Campus

The 20-acre state-of-the-art campus features world-class facilities for health science research and discovery.

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Human Dimension Course

The Human Dimension course – central to the SOM curriculum, and placing the individual, family, and community as the focus of medicine.

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School of Medicine News

White Coat Ceremony to Usher in 2020 Cohort

The students from the 2020 cohort will be recognized at their White Coat Ceremony the...

First Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Commencement Ceremony to Send Graduates into Residencies

The 18 graduates to begin careers after completing accelerated three-year medical degree Eighteen students from...

Voices of HMSOM: The Medical Student Who is Writer and Observer

The woman was having an episode, emotional outbursts in the emergency room. She was in...

Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine’s First-Ever Commencement Scheduled for June 3

The Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, the first new medical school in New Jersey in...

SOM’s Kountz nominated to National Board of Medical Examiners Membership

David Kountz, MD, MBA, FACP, the associate dean for Diversity and Equity at the Hackensack...

SOM Students’ COVID-19 Real-Time Research Effort Makes Major Journal

Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine students, working hard on clinical research at the height of...

School of Medicine Researcher Pinpoints Causes of Infant Ear Infections

An estimated 80 percent of all children acquire one or more ear infections during their youth,...


A Virtual Tour for Prospective Students


The Human Dimension at HMSOM