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We are committed to building the School of Medicine with the communities it will serve. We are eager to continue to engage with physicians, community groups, students and community members as we move forward.


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Train the next generation of future-ready doctors.

We are now recruiting both part-time and adjunct clinical faculty!

Working with TMU's School of Medicine is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to contribute to building a new model of care. No matter how you choose to be involved, you'll shape the kinds of doctors who care as deeply about the quality of their medical skills as they do about building a practice that is culturally respectful, intentionally inclusive and continuously innovative.

Brampton, Etobicoke, and surrounding community members

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Community engagement, feedback and input have guided our vision for the School of Medicine.

TMU wants to ensure that our new medical school truly meets the needs of the communities it serves. If you're interested in sharing your insight to help shape the future of health care education, we will be recruiting community members from Brampton, Peel and surrounding areas for the following committees:

  • Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) Council
  • Recruitment & Selection Committee
  • Nominations Committee
  • Foundational Curriculum Committee
  • Wellness & Resiliency Committee
  • Program Advisory Committee
  • Awards Committee

Stay tuned for more recruitment information by signing up for our Planning Updates mailing list (external link) .


Contribute your expertise to School of Medicine academic activities.

The School of Medicine is developing the curriculum for Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) Program and Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) Program, which begin in 2025.

We're looking to engage interprofessional and interdisciplinary expertise to provide key competencies needed to train the medical students and residents who will become your future physicians.

Community organizations

Become a community-based learning partner.

The School of Medicine is committed to educating students to become compassionate, culturally respectful, and future-ready clinicians who provide outstanding holistic healthcare and who lead in health system transformation. 

We are seeking community organizations across Brampton and Peel Region to collaborate  with medical students on a community-based advocacy project (CAP).