AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE

Bethesda, MD   |  www.aacom.org

Mission

THE PRIMARY EXEMPT PURPOSE OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE (AACOM) IS THE ADVANCEMENT AND ENRICHMENT OF EDUCATION IN OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND THE OSTEOPATHIC PROFESSION. AACOM IS SUPPORTED PRIMARILY BY DUES FROM OSTEOPATHIC COLLEGES & APPLICATION FEES RECEIVED FROM AN APPLICATION PROCESSING SERVICE.

Ruling year info

1972

Principal Officer

STEPHEN C. SHANNON DO, MPH

Main address

7700 Old Georgetown Road Suit 250

Bethesda, MD 20814 USA

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EIN

23-7190271

NTEE code info

Professional Societies & Associations (B03)

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CENTRALIZED STUDENT APPLICATION SERVICE

Processes applications for students applying to osteopathic medical colleges.  Simplifies the application process by verifying data and allowing students to    apply to more than one institution.  29 colleges and programs and over 14,200 student applicants benefit.  Supports and works in collaboration with colleges and program admissions and student services officers.

Population(s) Served

Works with the colleges to promote excellence in osteopathic medical education throughout the educational continuum.  The Office also facilitates collaboration, provides services through constituent group activities, and develops resources for osteopathic medical education professionals.

Population(s) Served

Coordinates and supports member activities, including an annual meeting with over 400 in attendance.  Communicates the value of osteopathic medical education to the media and general public and through publications and the website.  Works in collaboration with the public relations, marketing, alumni development, and researchers at the colleges

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Represents the Association’s constituents to Congress and federal policy makers by keeping them regularly informed of developments in the osteopathic medical profession.  Sensitizes policy to the needs of students and osteopathic medical educators, and works in concert with various national coalitions to influence both the legislative and regulatory processes on issues relevant to medical education.  Supports and works in collaboration with the financial aid officers and student leaders at the colleges.

Population(s) Served

Collects and analyzes statistical data regarding the students and faculty at the colleges of osteopathic medicine.  The information is provided to the colleges, health policymakers, members of Congress, and the general public.

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE

Board of directors
as of 05/30/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

ANTHONY SILVAGNI

NSUCOM

D. KENDALL REED, DO

DMU-COM

THOMAS CAVALIERI, DO

UMDNJ-SOM

CLINTON ADAMS, DO

WUHS/COMP

KENNETH VEIT, DO, MBA

PCOM

D. KEITH WATSON, DO

OUCOM

JOHN BROSE, DO

OUCOM

ANTHONY SILVAGNI, DO, PHARMD

NSUCOM

SILVIA FERRETTI, DO

LECOM

THOMAS SCANDALIS, DO

NYIT-NYCOM

BRUCE DUBIN, DO, JD

RVU-COM

STEPHEN SHANNON, DO, MPH

AACOM

THOMAS BOYLE, DO

CCOM OF MIDWESTERN UNIVERSITY

THOMAS MCWILLIAMS, DO

ATSU/SOMA

WILLIAM STRAMPEL, DO

MSUCOM

BOYD BUSER, DO

PCSOM

JEFFREY SUZEWITS, DO, MPH

ATSU-KCOM

RAY STOWERS, DO

LMU-DCOM

DIXIE TOOKE-RAWLINS, DO

VCOM

ROBYN PHILLIPS-MADSON, DO, MPH

PNWU-COM

MICHAEL CLEARFIELD, DO

TOURO-CA

H. WILLIAM CRAVER, DO

GA-PCOM

ROBERT GEORGE, DO

LECOM-BRANDENTON

MITCHELL FORMAN, DO

TUCOM-NV

DARIN HAUG, DO

KCUMB-COM

ROBERT GOLDBERG, DO

TOURO-NY

KAYSE SHRUM, DO

OSU-COM

TIMOTHY KOWALSKI, DO

VCOM - CAROLINAS CAMPUS

MARC HAHN, DO

UNECOM

LORI KEMPER, DO, MS

AZCOM OF MIDWESTERN UNIVERSITY

DARRELL LOVINS, DO, MPH

WCU-COM

LORENZO PENCE, DO

WVSOM

DON PESKA, DO

UNTHSC-TCOM