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  • Carey Medical College to Host Memorial Service for Dr. Henry Pace | William Carey University
    Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home MESSAGE Carey Medical College to Host Memorial Service for Dr Henry Pace A memorial service for Dr Henry Pace a pioneer of osteopathic medicine in Mississippi and an advocate and supporter of the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine will be held at 1 p m on October 9 in Bass Memorial Chapel on the Carey Hattiesburg campus A Tennessee native Pace was introduced to osteopathic medicine while teaching at the St Louis College of Pharmacy in Missouri He started recruiting students for osteopathic medical schools and continued this practice when he joined the faculty of the University of Mississippi s School of Pharmacy While at Ole Miss Pace advised the student who would become Mississippi s first doctor of osteopathic medicine Pace s efforts also resulted in osteopathic physicians achieving full practice rights in the state in 1973 He worked with the American Osteopathic Association and local legislators to achieve this right His efforts have resulted in over 2 000 students attending or graduating from osteopathic medical schools Pace was also instrumental in the establishment of the Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association and was active in the association s operations Pace worked with university officials to help establish Carey s College of Osteopathic Medicine which is the first osteopathic medical school in Mississippi The medical college established in 2010 was granted full accreditation from the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation and graduated its inaugural class in 2014 A second class graduated in 2015 Over 400 students are now enrolled at the medical college The student lounge at the Carey medical college is named in memory of Pace who was a friend and advisor to Carey s medical administrators faculty members and students Pace was presented a Lifetime Achievement Award from

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  • Carey Second-Year Medical Students Receive Awards | William Carey University
    Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home MESSAGE Carey Second Year Medical Students Receive Awards Three second year medical students at the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine were honored with special awards during the sixth annual White Coat Ceremony on August 15 in Smith Auditorium on the Hattiesburg campus Christen Jones of Moselle received the Asbury Award for Academic Excellence which was endowed by the Asbury Foundation of Hattiesburg and is given annually to recognize the student from the foundation s eight county service area who achieves the highest grade point average during the freshman year of study Preference is given to a student who intends to practice in Mississippi Dr William K Bill Ray the president of the foundation presented Jones with a medallion and Dr Tommy King Carey president awarded Jones with a cash gift to apply to her medical education Jones is a 2013 graduate of Carey with a bachelor s degree in psychology Jeffrey Griffis of Hattiesburg was presented with the Ross Award for Excellence in Anatomy which recognizes the student with the highest grade point average in anatomy It is given on an annual basis to a medical student from Mississippi who plans to practice in the state after completion of medical school The Ross Award was established by Dr Randy Ross chairman of the department of surgery at Hattiesburg Clinic and his wife Brenda The Rosses presented Griffis with a medallion and a cash stipend to be applied to medical school tuition Griffis is a 2013 graduate of Mississippi State University with a bachelor s degree in microbiology and a 2014 graduate of Carey s Master of Biomedical Science program Kristen Stevenson of Frisco Texas was awarded the Gulfport Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship for academic merit The hospital auxiliary provided funds for two scholarships including the medical student scholarship and a scholarship for a student enrolled in the Carey School of Nursing Dr James Turner dean of the medical college presented Stevenson with a certificate Stevenson is a 2013 graduate of the Centenary College of Louisiana with a bachelor s degree in biology Establishing an endowed scholarship for students

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  • Message from the Dean | William Carey University
    on primary care The promotion of Dr Everett Roark to Director Master of Biomedical Science WCUMBS which was recently restructured to better prepare healthcare professionals by including tracks in the following three emphasis areas 1 pre medical dental 2 pre pharmacy and 3 pre health professional which includes pre physical therapy and physical therapy candidates Tradition is important to WCUCOM and as a young college of osteopathic medicine it has been a learning experience to us all as we work to determine which initiatives are less successful versus those that are worthy of improving upon and ultimately maintaining Some of the successful traditions WCUCOM continues to work toward strengthening include the 1 Wednesday morning walks with the Dean 2 open administration and 3 town hall meetings Wednesday morning walks with the Dean provide both a relaxed atmosphere in which students are invited to participate in exercise and also pursue the discussion of ideas with the Dean Another WCUCOM tradition is that of open administration in which the Dean and all administrators are committed to open communication with students faculty and staff Since being appointment Dean February 2013 I have met encouraged and enjoyed such meetings with students staff and faculty Town hall meetings are a third tradition established during my Deanship at WCUCOM These meetings which oftentimes have no particular set agenda serve as a forum for students to discuss any issues or concerns they might be experiencing Moreover I meet regularly with WCUCOM student leaders to keep abreast of student related issues Community alliances continue to grow in both importance and number as we work in tandem with our partners to further strengthen already existing community based clinical programs Physicians representing hospitals and clinics from across the Gulf South region have and continue to demonstrate a commitment WCUCOM s Mission As the number of community partnerships increases we remain well aligned with those original supporters some of whom solidified their commitments to WCUCOM before the first osteopathic medical student was ever enrolled These community partnerships are extremely beneficial in so many ways For instance community partnerships and stakeholders have greatly aided WCUCOM in successfully demonstrating the importance of the integration of service into the missions of academic medical centers and schools WCUCOM faculty members are committed to the establishment of a distinct osteopathic presence through clinical duties research opportunities and volunteer services WCUCOM s curriculum is based on the concepts of osteopathic primary care With clinical training that emphasizes the social determinants of health health disparities and cultural competence we are preparing our students to meet the healthcare needs of all individuals with special attention directed to safe high quality and cost effective patient treatment particularly including the medically underserved as well as the diverse populations of the Gulf South region Meeting the WCUCOM Mission is achieved in part as we seek and accept applicants with a passion for primary care again with an emphasis on the medically underserved To further foster this Mission WCUCOM has implemented a clinical

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  • WCUCOM News & Events | William Carey University
    Requirements Student Rights Responsibilities Loan Programs Obtaining a Credit Report Tuition Refund Policy COM Tuition Fees Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Master of Biomedical Science Degree Program FAQs Current Students WCUCOM Curriculum Curriculum Revision Development Revision Process Work Groups Curriculum Mapping Pilot Initiatives Clinical Education Resources Technology Canvas Electronic Library Simulation Technology Center WCUCOM Electronic Resources Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Faculty Staff Professional Development Faculty development sessions Journal Articles Student Catalog Handbook Research You are here Home College of Osteopathic Medicine WCUCOM News Events WCUCOM News Events News Show all the News William Carey University Hosts Careers in Health Care Symposium Thursday January 28 2016 Read More Wednesday January 13 2016 Carey Professor Sets State Record for Freshwater Drum Thursday November 5 2015 Carey Medical and Nursing Students Faculty and Staff Participate in Disaster Drill Thursday October 15 2015 Carey Medical College Develops Fully Equipped Telemedical Drone Wednesday October 7 2015 Carey Medical College to Host Memorial Service for Dr Henry Pace Thursday August 20 2015 Carey Second Year Medical Students Receive Awards College of Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Dept Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Useful Links Home Financial Aid

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  • Mission Statement | William Carey University
    Apply for Financial Aid General Eligibility Requirements Student Rights Responsibilities Loan Programs Obtaining a Credit Report Tuition Refund Policy COM Tuition Fees Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Master of Biomedical Science Degree Program FAQs Current Students WCUCOM Curriculum Curriculum Revision Development Revision Process Work Groups Curriculum Mapping Pilot Initiatives Clinical Education Resources Technology Canvas Electronic Library Simulation Technology Center WCUCOM Electronic Resources Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Faculty Staff Professional Development Faculty development sessions Journal Articles Student Catalog Handbook Research You are here Home College of Osteopathic Medicine Mission Statement The Mission of the WCUCOM is to prepare men and women to become osteopathic physicians through an emphasis on primary care lifelong learning research and scholarly activities service including osteopathic clinical service and graduate medical education Using a community based training model the COM will educate and train graduates who are committed to serving the healthcare needs of all individuals with special attention directed to the medically underserved and diverse populations of the state region and nation College of Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Dept Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Useful Links Home Financial Aid Business Office Registrar s Office Bookstore Carey

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  • Administration | William Carey University
    Policy COM Tuition Fees Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Master of Biomedical Science Degree Program FAQs Current Students WCUCOM Curriculum Curriculum Revision Development Revision Process Work Groups Curriculum Mapping Pilot Initiatives Clinical Education Resources Technology Canvas Electronic Library Simulation Technology Center WCUCOM Electronic Resources Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Faculty Staff Professional Development Faculty development sessions Journal Articles Student Catalog Handbook Research You are here Home College of Osteopathic Medicine Administration James M Turner D O FACOFP FACOEP Dean William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine 601 318 6437 jmturner wmcarey edu T G Sarphie Ph D Associate Dean Biomedical Sciences 601 318 6183 tsarphie wmcarey edu Robert Bateman Associate Dean Research 601 318 6016 rbateman wmcarey edu Rance McClain Associate Dean Clinical Sciences 601 318 6090 rmcclain wmcarey edu Italo Subbarao D O Associate Dean Quality Assessment 601 318 6046 isubbarao wmcarey edu Jim Weir Jr D D S J D Associate Dean Student Affairs 601 318 6290 jweir wmcarey edu Elizabeth McClain Associate Dean Academic Affairs 601 318 6099 emcclain wmcarey edu Barry Williams Director of Operations 601 318 6663 bwilliams wmcarey edu College of Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Dept Osteopathic Medicine Prospective

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  • Dean's Advisory Council | William Carey University
    Student Rights Responsibilities Loan Programs Obtaining a Credit Report Tuition Refund Policy COM Tuition Fees Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Master of Biomedical Science Degree Program FAQs Current Students WCUCOM Curriculum Curriculum Revision Development Revision Process Work Groups Curriculum Mapping Pilot Initiatives Clinical Education Resources Technology Canvas Electronic Library Simulation Technology Center WCUCOM Electronic Resources Student Catalog Handbook Statistical Information Faculty Staff Professional Development Faculty development sessions Journal Articles Student Catalog Handbook Research You are here Home College of Osteopathic Medicine Dean s Advisory Council Frank Baugh PhD Phyllis Blondefield PhD Garry Breland PhD Sister Anne Brookes DO Evan Dillard CEO Forrest General Hospital Frazier Edwards Executive Director AOMA Stephen Johnson DO Michael LaRochelle DO Beth Longenecker DO B J Martin PhD William Mayo DO Sandra Meeler Recording Secretary Michael Neuendorf CEO Wesley Medical Center Randy Ross MD T G Sarphie PhD Stephen Silberman DMD MPH DrPH Donald Smith DO Reginald Stewart DO Italo Subbarao DO Jim Weir Jr DDS JD Ed Williams PhD Executive Director LOMA MOMA Leslie Wimsatt PhD James E Zini DO College of Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Dept Osteopathic Medicine Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Research Useful Links Home Financial

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  • Affiliated Hospitals and Clinics | William Carey University
    Medical Center Stuttgart Little Rock AR Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden Triangle Columbus MS Bibb Medical Center Centerville AL Biloxi Regional Medical Center Biloxi MS Cedar Lake Surgery Center Biloxi MS Central Mississippi Medical Center Jackson MS Christus St Patrick Medical Group Lake Charles LA Coastal Family Health Center Biloxi MS Coosa Valley Medical Center Sylacauga AL Coosa Valley Medical Center Sylacauga AL Covington County Hospital Collins MS Crossgates River Oaks Hospital Brandon MS Delta Regional Medical Center Greenville MS East Mississippi State Hospital Meridian MS Family Health Center Laurel MS Forrest General Hospital Hattiesburg MS Franklin County Medical Center Winnsboro LA Garden Park Medical Center Gulfport MS Greenville Clinic Greenville MS Grenada Lake Medical Center Grenada MS HCA Midwest Division Physician Practices Gulfport MS H C Watkins Memorial Hospital Quitman MS Hancock Medical Center Bay St Louis MS Hattiesburg Clinic Hattiesburg MS Helen Keller Hospital Sheffield AL Highland Community Hospital Picayune MS Inland Family Practice Center Hattiesburg MS John C Stennis Hospital DeKalb MS Keesler Air Force Base Biloxi MS Kings Daughter s Medical Center Brookhaven MS Lafayette Women s Children s Lafayette LA Laird Hospital Union MS Lakeview Center Inc Pensacola FL Magee General Hospital Magee MS Magnolia Regional Health Center Corinth MS Memorial Hospital of Gulfport Gulfport MS Meridian Surgery Center Meridian MS Mississippi State Hospital Whitfield MS Natchez Community Hospital Natchez MS Neshoba General Hospital Philadelphia MS North Mississippi Medical Center Tupelo MS North Okaloosa Medical Center Crestview FL Northwest MS Regional Medical Center Clarksdale MS Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Hattiesburg MS Pioneer Health Services Aberdeen MS River Oaks Hospital Flowood MS River Region Health System Vicksburg MS Rush Foundation Hospital Meridian MS Russell Medical Center Alexander City AL Scott Regional Hospital Morton MS Singing River Health System Pascagoula MS South Baldwin Regional Medical Center Foley AL

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