"The goal of the TEACH-MS Program is to nurture and equip the very best medical students to serve as inspiring and transformative primary care physician leaders in urban underserved communities. Through close mentorship, small group discussions, peer education and collaboration, and real-world, hands-on clinical experiences in all four years of training, students will acquire the knowledge and skills they need to positively impact the health of our most vulnerable and medically underserved communities. It is our hope that the TEACH-MS graduate will leave our program with the passionate belief that they can make the world a better place, one person and one community at a time."
Jorge A. García, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.P. Health Sciences Associate Clinical Professor University of California, Davis Medical Center Department of Internal Medicine, Division of General Medicine