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Indispensable medicine, right here in Cincinnati.

Our doctors are triple threats. They’re teachers, researchers, and practicing physicians.

UC Physicians also serve as faculty for the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. That means they’re not only discovering the latest approaches to medicine–they’re bringing those advancements directly to more than two million patients every year, and training the doctors who will care for you in the future.

The College of Medicine touches the lives of people throughout the Cincinnati community everyday:

  • The largest practice plan in the region, with more than 1,400 providers
  • More than 2.2 million annual visits through UC Health hospitals and offices.
  • UC College of Medicine faculty teach nearly 2,500 students each year
  • More than 67,000 physicians and health professionals receive continuing medical education each year through the UC College of Medicine
  • 1 in 3 Cincinnati area physicians received their medical degree from the UC College of Medicine and nearly two-thirds of the best physicians in the region are either graduates, were trained at, or are current faculty of the UC College of Medicine

Academic Medical Center

Together, UC Health, UCP, and the CoM make up the academic medical center affiliated with the University of Cincinnati. These entities work together to support the tripartite missions of clinical care, research, and education for the University of Cincinnati.

UC Health

Conducting cutting-edge medical and biomedical research

Through innovative research, the UC College of Medicine is unlocking new medical discoveries that improve lives—for people here in Cincinnati and throughout the world. 

  • More than $162 million in research grants and contracts
  • Nearly $16 million in industry funding for clinical trials
  • More than 3,200 people enrolled in hundreds of clinical trials last year
  • In 2022, faculty received seven patents and filed for another 11 patents

Physician Spotlight

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Dr. Khatri

She’s opening doors to improved stroke care.

Looking back at her own father’s misdiagnosed stroke in Chicago in 2006, Dr. Pooja Khatri, co-director of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute Stroke Center of Excellence, wonders if local access to clinical trials might have affected the outcome. A recognized expert in the development of novel stroke therapies, Dr. Khatri cites such community access as one of the unique benefits the UC Stroke Team provides. It’s part of the team’s long tradition of interdisciplinary collaboration–opening doors to new ideas and treatments, and unlocking the next generation of standard stroke care.

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