Message from the Dean
The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific is staffed by an outstanding group of health care professionals and support staff. Our daily efforts create the end product of our service: Technically Competent, Culturally Sensitive, Professional and Compassionate Physicians.
Student of the Month Victor Abdullatif DO 2022
“Victor has consistently been creating an agenda for the class and sharing resources. He is an active person on the 2022 class Facebook page and continuously posts valuable links, PDFs, and other documents. His efforts to donate his time for the greater good of classmates is admirable.“
COMP professor EXECUTIVE EDITOR ON NATIONAL TEXTBOOK
Michael A. Seffinger, DO served as executive editor of the fourth edition of “Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine,” released in December 2018. It’s considered the most authoritative and comprehensive resource on osteopathic medicine for students, physicians and educators and is required reading for first and second-year osteopathic medical students throughout the U.S.
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The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP) supports Western University of Health Sciences in its mission to increase the availability of Physicians to serve the needs of the people living in the western region of the United States. More…
The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP), was established in 1977 as a direct and important response to a critical shortage of primary care physicians in the western United States. More…
WesternU health – oliver station clinic dedicated to dean paula M. crone
Western University of Health Sciences held a grand opening ceremony on Feb. 7, 2019 for WesternU Health – Oliver Station. Located in Portland’s historic Lents neighborhood. It is the first medical clinic the University has opened in Oregon…
To Crone’s surprise, the clinic was dedicated in her honor. Part of the plaque reads, “A little girl with dreams may become a woman of vision with a life dedicated to education and service. Thereby, she is a steadfast inspiration to those who know her and a light of hope to all.” …read more
Ellen Provost, DO COMP Class of ’89
The American Osteopathic Association (AMA) presented Ellen Provost, DO, with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Public Service last night. Dr. Provost, director of the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center, has served the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) for nearly 20 years.
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Karim Fahmy has been named Student DO of the Year!
“Karim has always given 110% to serving his class, the college, and the University. He tirelessly and enthusiastically served as 2018 class president for two years, and then continued to serve on the student executive board as the secretary and then the president. He is a beloved OMM fellow and has given some of the most entertaining and educational lectures. He is a force of positivity on campus, and his optimism and drive to help those around him is contagious. I can’t think of anyone more worthy to be the SDOY.”
COMP-Northwest is our additional campus located in Lebanon, OR.