New York College of Podiatric Medicine

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New York College of Podiatric Medicine
New York College of Podiatric Medicine Seal.png
Type Private
Established 1911
President Louis L. Levine
Location Harlem, New York, USA
Campus Urban
facade of the NYCPM building

The New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM) is a private specialized college located at 53 East 124th Street, Harlem, in New York City. Founded in 1911, NYCPM was the first Podiatric Medical school established in the United States. NYCPM was founded by Dr. Maurice J. Lewi, a physician who decided a field of medicine should be dedicated entirely to the feet. To date, NYCPM has graduated 25% of the nation's licensed doctors of podiatric medicine. A minimum of 90 credit hours of undergraduate studies is a prerequisite for admission. New York College of Podiatric Medicine is the oldest and largest podiatric medical school in the U.S. The Foot Center of New York, its associated training center, sees nearly 20,000 patient visits a year, making it the largest foot clinic in the world.[1]

The President of the College is Louis L. Levine.


  1. ^ Grayson, PhD, Gerald H. (2011). New York College of Podiatric Medicine: The First 100 Years 1911-2011. 43 Northcote Drive, Melville, New York: Academic Publishing Company. OCLC 747106707. 

External links

  • Official website

Coordinates: 40°48′18″N 73°56′25″W / 40.8049°N 73.9404°W / 40.8049; -73.9404

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