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University of Illinois College of Medicine

As a regional campus of the University of Illinois College of Medicine, UICOMP trains over 500 medical students, residents and fellows annually. UICOMP employs 226 full-time faculty members — with an additional 1,400 part-time or non-salaried.

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The first two years for University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria students are focused on basic sciences and clinical skills.

During their third and fourth years of medical school, UICOMP students participate in clerkships, which provide hands-on clinical training.

  • 4-year program to earn Doctor of Medicine

  • 265 Medical students enrolled at UICOMP

  • 1 of 6 Illinois doctors received their MD at UICOM

Learn More: Doctor of Medicine Degree

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After completing four years of medical school, students graduate with their MD degree before completing a residency or fellowship in their specialty area and passing licensing exams required to practice medicine.

UICOMP enrolls over 300 residents and fellows within its Graduate Medical Education programs.

The team of residents and fellows are major contributors to the world class healthcare that UICOMP delivers in partnership with its clinical affiliates.

Learn More about Graduate Medical Education
  • 15 Residency programs

  • 12 Fellowship programs

  • 290 Residents training with UICOMP

  • 44 Fellows training with UICOMP

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Continuing Medical Education Heading link

A CME student listens during a lecture

The University of Illinois College of Medicine is accredited through the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) as a provider of continuing medical education.