We have many clubs which provide a range of social, spiritual, civic and intellectual events on campus and throughout the community in DC. We also welcome any new ideas for clubs that people wish to start. Or, if you see an inactive club you wish to start again, please contact the student council for help in doing so.
- American Medical Association (AMA)
- American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC)
- American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
- American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)
- Anesthesiology Interest Group
- Arts & Medicine
- Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
- Association of Women Surgeons
- Beautification Committee
- Benjamin Rush Institute
- Big Hoya Little Saxa
- Big Sib Lecture Series
- Blue & Grey Scholars
- Business & Leadership in Medical Practice (BLIMP)
- Cardiology Interest Group
- Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at GUSOM
- Catholic Medical Association
- Christian Medical Association
- DACA and Undocumented Student Awareness Club
- Dance Interest Group
- Dermatology Interest Group
- Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
- ENT Surgery Interest Group
- Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG)
- Gastroenterology Interest Group
- Georgetown Eye Health Initiative
- Georgetown Medical AIDS Advocacy Network (GMAAN)
- Georgetown Mindfulness and Meditation
- Golf Club
- Healing Through the Arts
- Holistic and Integrative Medicine Interest Group (HIMIG)
- Hoya Health Academy
- Hoya MedAlliance
- Hoyas Interested in Psychiatry (HIP)
- Infectious Disease Interest Group
- Internal Medicine Interest Group (IMIG)
- International Health Interest Group (IHIG)
- Interprofessional Interest Group
- IronMed Triathlon
- Jewish Medical Student Association
- Med Eats
- Medical Spanish Interest Group
- Medical Students Alumni Ambassadors (MSAA)
- Medical Students for Choice (MSFC)
- Medical Students for Life (MSFL)
- Military Medicine Interest Group
- Neurosurgery Interest Group
- Nutrition Advocacy and Awareness Network (NAAN)
- Ob/Gyn Interest Group
- Oncology Interest Group
- Operation Smile
- Ophthalmology Interest Group
- Orthopaedic Interest Group
- Osteopathic Medicine Interest Group
- Pathology Student Interest Group
- Patient Safety Interest Group
- Pediatrics Interest Group
- Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity
- Physicians for Human Rights
- Plastic Surgery Interest Group
- PM&R Interest Group
- Population Health Interest Group
- Radiology Interest Group
- Running Club
- Seldinger Society (Interventional Radiology IG)
- Sports Medicine Interest Group
- Student Interest Group in Neurology (SIGN)
- Student Research Advisory Committee
- Student Medical Education Committee (SMEC)
- Student National Medical Association (SNMA)
- Surgery Interest Group (SIG)
- The Georgetown Group
- Trauma Surgery Interest Group
- Urology Interest Group
- Wilderness Medicine Society
- William Carlos William Society
- Women's Health Interest Group
- Wound Healing Club
Georgetown's AMA Chapter empowers medical students to learn about and contribute to the field of medicine through advocacy, community service and education.
The American Medical Women’s Association focuses at the local, national, and international level to advance women in medicine and improve women’s heath. This organization is non-specialty specific and involves women in all capacities of medicine – including medical student’s, residents, and attending’s – and provides and develops leadership, advocacy, education, mentoring, and strategic alliances.
A group designed to promote student interest in the field of Anesthesiology.
Arts & Medicine is a student organization leading the effort to enhance patient care and medical education through the arts and creative programming. We organize music therapy volunteer trips to the pediatric floors, publish Scope (an annual creative journal), and host open mics along with many other creative workshops. Through creative and reflective exercise, we encourage the professional formation of physicians in the cura personalis tradition while pushing our members to find their magic (“do more”).
APAMSA is a place for Asian American students to meet, exchange experiences, and engage in health issues unique to the Asian American community.
The Association of Women Surgeons is a national organization with the mission to inspire, encourage, and enable women surgeons to realize their professional and personal goals.
Advocates on behalf of the student body to improve the aesthetics and functionality of student facilities and student life on campus and strives to enhance communication between all members of the GUSOM community to accomplish goals, working it the Executive Council, Student Council, Dean's Office, Library, Medical Students Parents Council and University Housekeeping and Facilities departments.
BRI is a national organization which seeks to foster meaningful discussion of market-driven solutions to the prevailing problems in healthcare.
The goal of the Blue & Gray Scholars Program is to increase student engagement amongst underrepresented groups in medicine while encouraging medical students to engage the community and train the next generation of physicians by partnering with the senior Anatomy class at Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School.
BLIMP serves as a platform for medical students to enhance their knowledge of business literacy and to develop leadership skills within medicine.
This is a group for students who want to learn more about the opportunities available in the field of cardiology.
We are a Christian faith based community and welcome everyone, regardless of background.
The Catholic Medical Association student group is an interest group for students who are curious to explore and practice medicine within a Catholic context and to provide support and fellowship for Catholic students here at GUSOM.
The mission of this club is to raise awareness of the presence and struggles of DACA and undocumented students in the healthcare field as well as to fight for more resources on campus.
The dance interest group was created as an outlet to express yourself through movement, learn new dance styles and explore the healing powers of dance.
DIG provides a community for students considering a career in dermatology by facilitating a forum for communication and information exchange between students, residents, and program directors on topics pertinent to a career in dermatology.
The GUSoM Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) is an excellent resource for students interested in exploring family medicine in an informal, but educational (and fun!) setting. We provide programming and information that may not be offered in the medical school curriculum: medical students can hear about the history of family medicine and its future and be exposed to a wide range of clinical skills and procedures important to family physicians.
The GIG aims to spread interest in the field of Gastroenterology and provide enrichment opportunities in this field to GUSOM students.
The Georgetown Eye Health Initiative provides free eye health screenings to residents of D.C. General Homeless Shelter.
Georgetown Mindfulness and Meditation meets regularly to meditate and explore other mindfulness practices. Whether you have had previous experience in meditation or not, all are welcome to participate.
The Golf Club is an organization designed to help students improve their golfing technique in addition to developing fundraising and networking skills.
Founded on the ideas that in order to practice optimal medicine, physicians should educate themselves on a wide range of healing modalities and that during medical training and practice, physicians must not lose focus of their own positive health and well-being.
The mission of the Hoya Health Academy is to improve health literacy in our city’s most vulnerable youth populations.
Hoya MedAlliance serves as the LGBTQ interest group at Georgetown University School of Medicine and offers opportunities for social, educational, and community events for GUSOM and it’s LGBTQ and allied student body and faculty.
Hoyas Interested in Psychiatry is a group for medical students to learn about the specialty of psychiatry and mental health topics.
IMIG is an interest group for students to learn about Internal Medicine and the many sub-specialties that Internal Medicine has to offer.
International Health Interest group is a group for medical students that are interested in Global Health.
The mission of the Interprofessional Interest Group is to provide a structured platform for students from the school of medicine, school of nursing, and other health sciences to learn and work in a collaborative environment. The Interprofessional Interest Group aims to foster healthy working relationships between healthcare professionals of all backgrounds.
We will be trying new foods- mainly by learning how to cook, pickle, bake, and brew with each other and from each other.
The Medical Spanish Club is a group for students to explore the Hispanic community and culture, and practice Spanish conversation.
Please contact the Executive Council President at email@example.com if you would like to reach these club leaders. Thank you!
Medical Students for Life promotes a culture of life among future physicians.
Georgetown Medical Student Alumnni Ambassadors (MSAA) is a group that creates and fosters a relationship between current Georgetown Medical students and Alumni, to strengthen the connection to the School of Medicine!
A group for HPSP students and those interested in military medicine to gain exposure to the unique aspects of military medicine.
The purpose of the Neurosurgery Interest Group (NSIG) is to increase the interest and awareness of medical students considering a career in neurosurgery through presentations, demonstrations and journal club meetings.
NAAN seeks to empower students with evidence-based nutrition education to benefit their own lives as well as those of their future patients. If you are interested in collaborating, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This group is for students with any interest in learning more about the field of obstetrics and gynecology via speakers, hands on workshops and career panels.
The Oncology Interest Group promotes the interest of medical students in all aspects of oncology through research opportunities, talks and fundraising events, and encourages community involvement benefitting patients.
The Orthopaedic Interest Group is a club focused on stimulating interest, scholarship, and career discernment within musculoskeletal medicine.
The Osteopathic interest group will give students a hands on look at osteopathic techniques and philosophy, especially in the context of physical diagnosis and the musculoskeletal exam.
PSIG is a group for medical students interested in exploring Pathology as a medical speciality.
MedQIPS (Medical Students for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety) is a group dedicated to raising awareness and fostering advocacy for patient safety at the medical school level by organizing activities to improve medical student understanding of QIPS issues and working to incorporate patient safety concepts into the medical curriculum.
The Pediatrics Interest Group provides opportunities for students interested in pediatrics to explore the field through research, volunteer activities, and career advice and development.
Phi Delta Epsilon welcomes all students who wish to enhance their experiences here at GUSoM through educational, social, community service opportunities, and more!
PHR empowers medical students and physicians to use their unique skill set and influence to fight for human rights issues across the globe.
Our mission is to give students the opportunity to learn more about the field of plastic surgery. We aim to accomplish this by hosting speakers and events that will give students insight into this field.
The Radiology Interest Group hopes to raise interest in the field of radiology and provide resources for prospective radiologists.
The mission of the Georgetown University School of Medicine Interventional Radiology Interest Group is to expose students to the diverse and growing field of Interventional Radiology. Through didactics, symposiums, and hands-on workshops, we will allow students to explore the opportunities and career paths available to interventional radiologists. We will foster relationships between medical students and faculty which will enable students to pursue research and develop strong mentors in the field.
The running club allows students to meet each week to run, and promotes a healthy, active lifestyle among the medical school students; it encouraging interclass friendships, a stronger sense of community, and collaboration on fitness goals.
The Sports Medicine IG is about exposing students to the various medical specialties that work with athletes.
SIGN is a group for medical students who are interested in neurology and neuroscience.
Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is the largest and oldest student organization focused on increasing diversity in medicine and support medical students of color. We are committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians.
The surgery interest group is a group for medical students considering a career in surgery.
TSIG is an interest group for medical students to learn more about the many facets of the trauma surgery subspecialty by facilitating student-faculty interactions, sponsoring workshops and activities which demonstrate critical trauma techniques, presenting opportunities for exposure to the practice of trauma surgery, and hosting talks to stimulate interest in the field of trauma surgery.
The Georgetown Wilderness Medicine Society is dedicated to teaching technical and medical skills that can be put to use in austere environments.
The WCWS seeks to use the arts and humanities as tools to make us better physicians and better people.
The mission of the WHC is to foster interest in interdisciplinary clinical research in wound healing, and to promote sound academic data acquisition, analysis, and synthesis.
WHIG promotes learning and discussion regarding women's health through speakers and workshops.