Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Med Program

Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Med Program

A pre-med preparation program specifically designed for career changers with a bachelor's or advanced degree who desire to become a physician, but lack the pre-med requirements and preparation to apply to medical school. This program is available for Kentucky residents and out of state residents.

Our next summer information session is on Saturday August 8 @ 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Ekstrom Library, room 254.
Click here for more details. 

Celebrating our sixth year 2009 - 2015!
Our program continues to grow and evolve with each passing year.  We have been successful in matriculating the majority of our students to medical school; not only at the University of Louisville School of Medicine,but medical schools throughout the United States and abroad.  We currently have an 80% matriculation rate which includes some re-applicants.  But whether it takes one attempt or more than one, our students still get the guidance, support and encouragement they need to persevere.  This year we celebrated our first two medical school graduates from the University of Louisville School of Medicine!  Our program takes its mission seriously by investing time, attention, resources and support to facilitate our students' success in becoming the physician they always wanted to be.  Learn more about our program and how to be a competitive applicant for our fall 2016 application cycle. Our program can help you prepare for medical school!

Become a part of a program with heart!


Program Alumni: John Gettelfinger (Spring 2010 Cohort) and Melissa Sullivan (Spring 2009 Cohort)
*Missy was our first student in the program and is featured in the May 2015 issue of the Today's Woman Magazine.

Become the physician you always wanted to be!

Melissa M. Sullivan, M.D.
Class of 2015
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Psychiatry Resident - University of Louisville School of Medicine

John D. Gettelfinger, M.D.
Class of 2015 President
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Otolaryngology Resident, Indiana University School of Medicine