The COVID-19 pandemic is a socioeconomic crisis for underrepresented communities. College alumni discuss the effects and offer solutions.
Gwinnett County high schoolers were exposed to health professions and anatomy lessons as they worked with PCOM Georgia faculty and students.
Moultrie area high schoolers spent two weeks learning about careers in health care and pathways to college.
The week-long program is designed to increase awareness of STEM+M careers for underrepresented high school students.
PCOM recognizes the achievements of graduating students who have made contributions to advance diversity and inclusion at the College.
Mitchell County middle schoolers joined a virtual SPARK program hosted by PCOM South Georgia faculty and students.
Five PCOM students designed a course for Spanish-speaking students who wish to expand their medical Spanish communication skills.
We are guided by our mission and will continue to do our part to rectify the deep-rooted neglect and inequality that so many in our society have experienced.