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Brothers in Medicine

Members of Brothers in Medicine at community outreach eventBrothers in Medicine was founded at PCOM South Georgia to bridge the gap between medical professionals and the Black community.

By raising awareness of social health determinants specific to our local population, a trusting relationship can be built. The student-led organization routinely hosts free health screenings and collaborates with youth groups.


  • To create a network of African American/Black men in professional school.
  • To facilitate the development of relationships to enhance professional development and community engagement.
  • To foster success in the areas of clinicians, pharmacists, physical therapists, psychologists and scientists.

PCOM News Stories

  • Brothers in Medicine Continue Their Work in the Community
  • Sisters, Brothers in Medicine Hold Workshop for Local Youth
  • Brothers and Sisters Orgs Educate Local Communities
  • Brothers in Medicine Provide Community Health Screenings
  • Additional News Coverage

    Contact Brothers in Medicine

    Kareem Calliste, MPA
    Senior Associate Director of Career Services

    John Hill
    Assistant Director of Admissions

    Mitchel Kabia-Williams
    Executive Director of Admissions

    Robert Jason Walker, PhD
    Department of Biomedical Sciences
    Director of Student Progressions and Off Cycle Curriculum
    Associate Professor of Physiology


    Members of Brothers in Medicine at community outreach event
    Members of Brothers in Medicine at community outreach event