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Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine
147 Sycamore Street
Pikeville, Kentucky 41501
1.1 Program Mission
1.2 Strategic Plan
1.4a Conflict of Interest
1.4b Due Process
1.4d Fiscal Management and Accountability
1.4e Code of Ethical Standards
1.5a Non-Discrimination Policy
1.6 Degree Granting Body
2.4 Accreditation Standard Complaint Policy
4.2 Security and Public Safety
5.3 Safety, Health, and Wellness
5.4 Patient Care Supervision
6.3 Maximum Length of Completion
6.9 Clinical Education
6.12 COMLEX USA
7.2 Faculty Approvals at All Teaching Sites
7.8 Faculty Appointment and Advancement
8.4 Student Participation in Research and Scholarly Activity
9.2 Academic Standards
9.3 Transfer Policy
9.4 Secure Student Recordkeeping
9.8 Mental Health Services
9.9 Physical Health Services
9.10 Non-Academic Health Professionals
9.11 Health Insurance
10.1 Osteopathic Educational Continuum
10.2 ACGME Accredited GME10.3 Osteopathic Recognition GME.
10.3 Osteopathic Recognition GME
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