- The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford is located on a 20-acre campus in Northern Illinois and shares space with the College of Pharmacy, the College of Nursing, Medical Biotechnology, and Public Health.
- Starting in the M2 year, students are assigned to a primary care clinic where they begin working with patients in a clinical setting.
- With only one residency program, the Rockford students regularly work directly alongside the faculty and often find themselves functioning as the first-assist during a surgery or a newborn delivery.
- As a leader in addressing health disparities, Rockford has both the Rural Medicine Program (RMED) and the Underserved Pathway Program. Both programs use a supplemental curriculum to help students learn how to meet the needs of underserved populations.
- Approximately 160 medical students call the Rockford campus home. M2 through M4 are housed on the campus.
- The COM-UHP Rockford office supports approximately 30 URM medical students each year.
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