Each person in New Jersey, and in the United States, regardless of race or socioeconomic status, will enjoy the highest levels of wellness in an economically and behaviorally sustainable fashion.
To develop our students, residents, fellows, faculty, and healthcare environment to deliver the highest quality care for all.
- Embrace and model our professional reverence for the human condition, empathy towards suffering, excellence in medical care, research and discovery, and humility in service;
- Continue to serve and learn from the engagement of underrepresented minority populations among student, faculty, staff, and community;
- Integrate lifelong learning and inquiry into our students’ practice;
- Work in communion with scholars and practitioners of other disciplines to integrate their perspectives, experiences, and tools; and
- Understand that context, community, and behavior drive wellbeing.
We are building our curriculum to effectively and efficiently meet these goals. There will not be a distinction between the basic science and clinical curriculum. Rather, basic science content will be presented in its clinical context with clear medical relevance. Students will learn within an integrated curriculum in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. We will utilize the best components of different evidence-based teaching methods, and structure our foundational curriculum explicitly to give students what they need to thrive in the modern, technically demanding, clinical setting.
The Human Dimension
Central to the curriculum will be a thread called the Human Dimension. Through immersive and longitudinal experiences, students will come to understand the role of community and context in health and wellbeing, as well as the role of the physician in all elements that contribute to promoting health and preventing disease.
To view the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Strategic Plan, please click on the link below