The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, founded in 1797 by Nathan Smith, is the fourth oldest medical school in the United States. The Dartmouth campus is located in Hanover, NH, a small New England town in the Connecticut River valley, between the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Recognizing the changing complexities of modern medicine the Geisel School of Medicine prepares students for complex ethical, moral, and technical decision-making with a curriculum that interweaves science, clinical skills, and technology.
In addition to our small class size and close faculty-student connection, we are known for our pioneering work in the science of healthcare delivery and the diversity of our clinical training sites (from rural to heavy urban).
Also, many of our students avail themselves of opportunities in research, community service and global health during their time at Geisel. We also have a range of exceptional parallel degree programs, including the MD/MBA program, the MD/MPH through The Dartmouth Institute (TDI), and the MD/PhD program.
The web pages for Geisel School of Medicine will provide you with an overview of the school, while you can find more detailed information on undergraduate medical education, including Geisel's curriculum, student life and admissions, by following the links.