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Sisters in Medicine

Members of Sisters in Medicine pose togetherThe Sisters in Medicine initiative aims to facilitate the success of Black women in medical and graduate school.

The initiative is also committed to positively impact underrepresented people, schools and communities near PCOM’s campuses by minimizing the social determinants of health that impact Black women as well as promote advocacy and global health.


  • To create a network of Black women in professional school.
  • To facilitate collaborative scholarship among Black women in graduate school.
  • To facilitate the development of relationships to enhance members' professional development, sponsorship and community engagement.
  • To foster success in the areas of clinicians, scholarly inquiry and service to communities.
  • To advance research on Black maternal health.

PCOM News Stories

  • Sisters, Brothers in Medicine Hold Workshop for Local Youth
  • Brothers and Sisters Orgs Educate Local Communities
  • Brothers in Medicine Provide Community Health Screenings
  • Sharing A Message of Hope Through The Testimonies of Black Women
  • PCOM Community Addresses Black Maternal Health
  • Additional News Coverage

    Contact Sisters in Medicine

    Ashley Poole, PsyD, LPC

    Christy Finley, EdD

    Jennifer Mitchell, EdD

    Event Photos

    Sistahs in Medicine community event appearances
    Sistahs in Medicine Valentines Day
    Sistahs in Medicine at the Georgia FirstGen Benefit Gala
    Sistahs in Medicine brunch