Georgetown University Medical Center educates physicians, scientists, nurses and health care professionals committed to the care of others and the health needs of society — always integrating educational excellence, ethics and a commitment to community.
A community of scholars and healers, Georgetown faculty and students contribute to the care of the sick and the progress of science and medicine for the greater good.
School of Medicine
The School of Medicine offers a traditional medical degree program, plus dual medical degree and other educational programs, all grounded in the philosophy of cura personalis, or “care of the whole person.”
Biomedical Graduate Education
Biomedical Graduate Education offers master’s, PhD, dual degree and certificate programs that prepare students for meaningful academic and professional careers in the biomedical sciences.
School of Nursing
The School of Nursing builds on a 120-year tradition of educational excellence at the professional, advanced practice, and doctoral levels that is infused with our Jesuit values, while emphasizing research and scholarship.
School of Health
The School of Health provides a home for scholars and students to work collaboratively across disciplines and across the university to address human health and well-being from various perspectives.
Georgetown University Medical Center provides opportunities for students to conduct research at all levels of their education.
Dahlgren Memorial Library
The third-most-visited medical library in the nation supports Georgetown’s faculty, staff and health sciences students and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital affiliates with 24/7 access.