In alignment with UC Davis Health’s vision to deliver tomorrow’s health care today, UC Davis School of Medicine is dedicated to improving the health of society. Through innovation in research and education, the School of Medicine will empower and engage its community within an environment of inclusion, kindness and transparency to improve the health of everyone.
Transforming lives by improving health through the combined power of education, research, clinical care, and community.
Integrity, Respect, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Excellence, Trust
In formulating our strategic plan and goals, we engaged more than 200 people from UC Davis Health and the main campus, including leadership, faculty, clinicians, researchers, students, postdoctoral scholars, residents, and fellows.
In alignment with the strategic plans for UC Davis campus, UC Davis Health and Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, the School of Medicine launched a comprehensive strategic plan that leverages its unique strengths to advance each mission area for measurable impact.
Transform our education programs to train and empower a diverse, culturally humble future workforce who embrace lifelong learning.
Create and build new pathways of innovation and discovery with a focus on improving health.
Advance new technologies from bench-to-bedside to improve health.
Integrate the academic mission in all aspects of care delivery.
Cultivate strong, trusting community partnerships to improve health.
Empower, serve and collaborate with our diverse communities.
Engage and value our students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, faculty, and staff.
Encourage creativity and collaboration in all mission areas.
Leverage our shared strengths across UC Davis and beyond.
Embrace excellence in how we deliver and share success.
As part of this process, we have engaged and heard from more than 200 of our students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, faculty, staff, and leaders at UC Davis.
We want to continue to hear your voice. Please share your thoughts, questions and ideas about the strategic plan with leadership at the School of Medicine.