The University of Florida College of Medicine is a large and influential medical school that graduates 130 to 150 students a year. Its Gainesville and Jacksonville campuses feed ten teaching hospitals and UF Health physicians offer more than 160 primary and specialty care practices throughout the state. At the main campus, students have 29 clinical academic departments to choose from and receive instruction from more than 1,700 faculty members. The College of Medicine lands at #37 (tie) in the U.S. News and World Report’s 2023 rankings for Best Medical School: Research and #48 (tie) for Best Medical Schools: Primary Care, with an acceptance rate of 4.3%.
Yet the University of Florida College of Medicine, or UFCOM, is indoctrinating its medical school graduates in divisive philosophies and other forms of social justice activism. The conditioning begins from the moment a prospective student begins exploring UFCOM, continues through the admissions process, and persists throughout the doctoral program.
New students encounter the diversity, equity, and inclusion doctrine early and often in the many interactions they have with the numerous health equity offices and diversity councils across campus. The University of Florida invests abundant resources in these programs and retains administrators and faculty members who are paid to push these destructive ideas.
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