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School of Medicine Greenville

PreMEd Partners Pathway (P3)

In South Carolina, we could see a significant reduction in primary care and specialty physicians in the near future. To address this challenge, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville envisioned the P3 Program to help combat these shortages. We recognize that these shortages are partially due to the low number of future physicians who are passionate about and familiar with impoverished communities, and those students not having equitable access to resources that are needed for successful preparation for medical school.


Through the P3 Program, along with other initiatives aimed at creating more pathways, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville is on track to mirror the varied demographics of South Carolina with a 63% rate of current medical students meeting one or more of our school- identified dimensions* ensuring we are educating physicians who can provide the best possible care for all patients.


We strive to increase representation in medicine by expanding the number of future physicians who have the desire, passion, and familiarity to provide care for marginalized patient populations. It is our hope that by changing the landscape of those who deliver care in South Carolina, we can improve overall health across the state. 

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