Midwestern University is shaping the future of healthcare. Under a carefully managed plan for growth, Midwestern stays at the forefront of technological and educational innovation in order to prepare tomorrow’s healthcare team for any challenge.
At all levels, Midwestern University constantly adopts new technology and employs faculty who can teach the latest techniques. And by embracing the principles of One Health and encouraging interprofessional collaboration in research and treatment, the University helps future healthcare providers learn to share resources and expertise, benefitting patients and the profession as a whole.
In addition to building exceptional educational programs, Midwestern offers outstanding community clinical facilities outfitted with the latest technology and equipment. Third- and fourth-year students are able to put their learning into practice at the Midwestern University Clinics by treating real patients under faculty supervision. The University has also invested in a cutting-edge Clinical Skills and Simulation program for students to test new skills in realistic environments.
Midwestern University’s investment in innovation gives you the resources and preparation to be a productive healthcare provider from day one.
Institute of Healthcare Innovation (IHI)
The Institute for Healthcare Innovation (IHI) provides a comprehensive setting to conduct clinical trials, translational research, and technology development regarding human and veterinary drugs, biologics, devices, nutritional products, and diagnostics.
One Health Initiative
Simply put, One Health recognizes the connection between human, animal, and environmental health. The University's One Health Initiative promotes collaboration between faculty, students and research scientists in research, teaching, and service.
Clinical Skills and Simulation Center
The Clinical Skills and Simulation Center (CSC) assists University colleges and programs in identifying opportunities for improvement, innovation, implementation and integration of patient simulation technology into existing healthcare curricula.