Discover TCOM


Take a virtual tour

Our students train in state-of-the-art facilities like our Simulation Center and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Lab.


See where our residents match

TCOM residents have matched at some of the most prestigious locations around the nation, including the Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt, Duke and UTSW.

Explore TCOM Match Data

Graphic: highest comlex level 1 scores in the nationTop COMLEX scores in the nation

The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2019 earned the highest score in the United States on a national board exam for future osteopathic doctors.

The students’ mean test score of 592.93 was well above the national mean of 557.81 on the COMLEX-USA Level 1 Exam administered by the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners. The students also achieved a 99.1 percent pass rate.


The highest level of accreditation

The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine was granted a 10-year Accreditation with Exceptional Outcome, the highest level of accreditation given by the American Osteopathic Association’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA).

“To receive ‘Accreditation with Exceptional Outcome’ reiterates our commitment to the success of our students and is an outstanding example of the extraordinary teamwork happening every day at UNTHSC.”
– Charles Taylor, PharmD, Provost


Top producer of primary care physicians in Texas

We are leading efforts to solve the state’s physician shortage by graduating the most primary care doctors of any medical school in Texas.

From 2016-18, 60 percent of TCOM graduates entered the field of primary care. That rated the highest in Texas and 8th highest on the list of 125 medical schools nationally. 


Training physicians for underserved areas

74% of graduates from TCOM who were part of the ROME program (2010-16) are now practicing in primary care.


Serving our community

Fort Worth and TCOM are partners and the community service that the students participate in each year help lay the foundational principles of osteopathic medicine.

During this year’s Day of Service, TCOM student volunteered at 13 different locations across Fort Worth.

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This page was last modified on January 2, 2020