Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (LMU-DCOM) was established on August 1, 2007, on the campus of Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee.  
 
With the beautiful Cumberland Gap mountains serving as the backdrop, LMU-DCOM is one of the most prominent buildings on the main campus in Harrogate, TN.  Hundreds of osteopathic medical students call Harrogate, TN their home as they pursue their Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO). 
 
DCOM opened a new location in Knoxville, TN in 2019. The inaugural class began in the fall and LMU-Knoxville will continue to add additional classes each year. DCOM at LMU-Knoxville is located in west Knoxville between Cedar Bluff and Turkey Creek.

WELCOME TO DCOM

STUDENT DOCTOR OF THE MONTH

September 2020

Mubinah Khaleel

Class of 2023 Harrogate

Josh Mills

Class of 2024 Harrogate 

Jenny Reni

Class of 2023 Knoxville

"I’d like to nominate Mubinah Khaleel for student doctor of the month this month. Not only is she an over-all great and enthusiastic person, but she also spends her time bringing awareness to social issues within the health care field. She spent a lot of time going to meetings to help organize the WC4BL event and I feel like she deserves the recognition for all the hard work she puts in on a daily basis. She’s also a great study partner and a motivational cheerleader for all her classmates and friends."

"I would like to nominate Josh Mills for Student Doctor of the Month. I've never met Josh in person, but it feels as if we all know him! He created a Discord for our class to use to share Anki decks, ask each other questions, and feel connected virtually during the pandemic. Whenever someone has a question, either in our class group chat or in the Discord, Josh is ALWAYS available to answer or look up the answer. He's willing to spend the time to keep us all organized and on track as a team."

 

"Josh Mills should absolutely be nominated for his hard work putting together a student discord thread that organizes all our classes. I check discord everyday for “what’s due reminders” as well as any questions I may have about a particular class. He’s the real MVP at DCOM!"

"I’m nominating Josh Mills. He organized all of our resources into an app called discord. I had never even heard of it! He’s constantly posting anki decks, textbooks, schedules, google drive links, and everything in between. It’s been a lifesaver since there are so many google drives floating around! He definitely deserves SDOM."

 

"I'd like to nominate Josh Mills. He has been monumentally helpful to the entire student body. He took the initiative to send us resources for studying, reminders of when assignments were due, and reminders of when tutoring sessions were being held. He regularly sent links to students to google drives with tutoring resources. I think every single student has benefited from his organizational skills and we are all so grateful!"

"I'd like to nominate Josh Mills for Student Doctor of the Month. He has been extremely helpful in so many ways to us first years. He is very active in groupchats when it comes to posting links to study guides, google drives, etc. He even created a group on a communication app that has sections for each course which includes helpful resources, deadlines, recent updates and emails. A lot of first years, including myself, would have missed important information had he not taken time to organize everything for us which is very useful with all of the constant changes and emails. 

I'd love to see him be Student Doctor of the Month because he more than deserves it!"

"Jenny Reni deserves to be Student Doctor of the Month because of her constant positive attitude and care towards others. Jenny is a great friend to anyone who meets her. She is a delight to be around and I believe she has positively impacted us at DCOM."

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