Control Costs

Train more doctoral medical clinicians without increased State and Federal dollars.

More about our approach to saving State and Federal Dollars!

Attract Talent and Control Quality

The best clinicians in America want to be valued as medical team members and practice at the full scope of their license for their communities.

Find out how we can make skilled clinicians better!

Competent and Compassionate Care

The Doctor of Medical Science curriculum trains clinicians to practice six core competencies set by the ACGME (ADMSA is not accredited by ACGME). It also incorporates recommended specialty-specific milestones. ADMSA is a non-ACGME trained doctor.

Find out more about our six core competencies!

Clinical Track Innovation


Medical school curriculum includes advanced technology with problem-based learning, focusing on rural healthcare.

See what our curriculum includes!


Doctor of Medical Science Clinical Track Innovation Driving Excellence in Medical Education

Start with skilled clinicians and help make them better!

Medical school curriculum includes advanced technology with problem based learning, focusing on rural healthcare.

  • Thousands of patient contact hour during training. NO break in active clinical work.
  • Championed Internet-based resources such as the highly acclaimed ECHO program: changing the way specialty care is provided to rural and under served populations.
  • Competitive medical professionals with master's degree required for matriculation.
  • 17 months, 45 hours over 4 semesters
  • Work with the MD, DO medical residency director of the clinical practice site throughout the DMS coursework to ensure clinical cohesiveness to standard of care practices.

Proctored 3rd party summative examination required to graduate, based on American Board of Family Medicine exam blueprint.

Clinical training in ambulatory, emergency and hospital-based medicine as "Solo Clinician in Rural Healthcare Setting"

American Doctor of Medical Science Association

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