The College of Medicine and Life Sciences has revised its mission, vision and values to reflect the evolving educational, clinical and research goals of the college.
The revised mission accompanies an updated vision for the college, meant to reflect the academic affiliation between the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and ProMedica and the ongoing effort to develop educational programs and sponsored research of national prominence.
“We want all College of Medicine and Life Sciences employees, faculty and learners to embrace and demonstrate our common values each day,” said Dr. Christopher Cooper, executive vice president for clinical affairs and dean of the College of Medicine. “The revised mission and vision statements frame the organizational culture of the college and will influence our success in achieving our educational, clinical and research imperatives.”
The new mission and vision statements were developed by a committee of faculty and executive leaders from the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and UT Medical Center. The group also has worked to redefine the organizational imperatives and goals the college is working to accomplish; these include ongoing implementation of the academic affiliation with ProMedica; successful recruitment and retention of high-quality faculty, staff, residents and students; ongoing training and development for faculty and leaders; and strong fiscal stewardship to achieve the mission.
College of Medicine and Life Sciences
We improve health in the communities and region we serve by educating excellent clinicians and scientists, providing patient-centered and high-quality care, and producing nationally recognized research in focused areas.
The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, with its partner ProMedica, is nationally recognized for education and focused research, and regionally distinguished for comprehensive clinical care.