Our goal is to train excellent quality human resources for health.
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The Health Building has four levels, plus a basement, in which classrooms for the Problem-Based Learning or PBL didactic model are distributed. There are about 12 laboratories, including genetics, tissue culture, microbiology, clinical engineering, bio-instrumentation, anthropometry, body composition, metabolism and exercise, dietetics, and food science.
It also has a Clinical Simulation Center equipped with an operating room, shock unit, labor and delivery area, as well as a clinical skills area. Additionally, there is an Anatomy Center equipped with a cadaver dissection unit and another one for digital dissection
Each space has the latest technology: giant desk-type iPads, for students to take class there and digitally inspect the body or clinical cases, in detail.
The laboratories also have the latest in science so that students acquire knowledge and teachers, with the collaboration of university students, carry out research.
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The fundamental purpose of the social service requirement in medicine is to link the student with his real environment and give back to society, in the form of social action, what he received during his training.
It is a stage in which the interns must become aware of their educational level, reaffirm their knowledge, and more importantly, rethink the relationship between the doctor and health services, the community itself, and other members of the health team.
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Director of the Medical Doctor Degree Program Dr. Víctor García Navarro email@example.com
Academic Consulting Mtro.Ricardo Javier Díaz Domínguez firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant to the Director of the Medical Doctor Degree Program Lic. Mónica Urías Cruz m email@example.com
Outreach School of Medicine and Health Sciences Mtra. Rosario Sarahí Robledo Martínez firstname.lastname@example.org