Welcome to the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
Since its establishment in 1961, the school has graduated more
than 2,700 physicians, many of whom serve the health care needs
of Connecticut’s residents. The school is committed to
excellence in its missions of education, research and the care
of patients. The discovery of new knowledge through research,
and the teaching of that new knowledge to our students, results
in the best care – remarkable care – of the patients we serve.
The school, through its students and faculty, is dedicated to
the service of others. Evidence of this commitment to service is
seen in the free clinics established to address the health care
needs of the region’s underserved individuals, from the
homeless, to migrant farm workers and adolescent girls in an
emergency shelter, among others. In recognition of this service
to others, the students of the School of Medicine were
designated as “Connecticut Treasures” in 2002 by then Lieutenant
Governor, Jodi Rell.
We invite you to browse our website to learn more about us –
who we are and what we do.