UNE COM’s commitment to the continuation of medical education extends beyond the graduation of its physicians. Both on campus and at affiliates throughout the Northeast and into the Mid-Atlantic, UNE COM partners with or sponsors residency programs that highlight our passion for osteopathic medicine and our dedication to training osteopathic physicans who serve the world.
The NMM Plus-One program is a one-year AOA certified program, which trainees may enter after completing an AOA approved residency. This program exposes the resident to a variety of inpatient and outpatient consultative venues. It hosts a strong in-patient service in a busy tertiary care hospital, where residents contribute to the care of patients in the NICU, PICU, ICU, post-surgical, perinatal, and medicine wards. Teaching responsibilities in the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine are a vital aspect of the NMM/OMM resident's training. Residents successfully completing this program are eligible to sit for the specialty boards in NMM — The American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (AOBNMM).
NEOMEN and Affiliated Residencies
As early as 1995, UNE COM has been at the forefront of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Education. The educational consortium that turned this drive into concrete residencies is the Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network (NEOMEN), and it presently counts 16 institutions and 37 residency programs among its partners. UNE COM continues to support and promote residency growth through this consortium as well as provide needed osteopathic and graduate medical education resources to our affiliated residents.