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    All patients and visitors entering our facilities are required to wear an approved face mask

    If you are experiencing any sick symptoms (cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat, etc.) when you arrive for your appointment, please stay outside and call to let us know you have arrived

    Change in Dialing – Beginning 10/24/21, you must dial 10 digits for all local calls. This means you will need to dial the area code (928) before all 7 digit phone numbers. Please visit the Arizona Corporation Commission website for more information.

    A. T. Still University

    A.T. Still University

    A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOMA) is using an innovative curriculum where students spend their first year of study at the Mesa, AZ campus and their last three years at one of twelve Community Campuses across the nation. North Country HealthCare has proudly served as a Community Campus since SOMA’s establishment. We continually serve 30 medical students in their second, third and fourth years at A.T. Still University.

    Second year students spend time in a classroom setting, observe patient care and gain an understanding of the local community healthcare system. Third and fourth year students complete clinical rotations with individual northern Arizona community physicians, affiliated hospitals and other select healthcare institutions across northern Arizona including North Country HealthCare. Osteopathic principles and practices are integrated throughout the curriculum.

    North Country HealthCare Community Campus education includes:

    • Second year education consists of didactics, med skills, OMM and weekly clinic hours
    • Third and fourth year students complete core rotations within our campus boundaries while elective and selective rotations vary depending on student and availability
    • Grand Rounds takes place on the last Friday of each rotation. Guest speakers, third and fourth year students give presentations. There is a vigorous Journal Club discussion as well as integrated humanistic discourse held under direction of the Medical Director
    • OMM is provided to second year students through weekly didactic sessions and clinic sessions
    • Flagstaff Community

     

    Apply to A.T. Still University

     

    To learn more, contact:

    Emily M. Klinger, BS
    Administrative Assistant, ATSU
    928.522.9864
    Email Emily Klinger

    Please visit A.T. Still University’s website for more information.

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