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Graduate Profile: J. Michael Rutledge, MS/PA Studies '21

July 20, 2021

After working with US Army medics in Afghanistan, Rutledge was inspired to pursue a career in health care.

Student Vaccinators Make an Impact

April 2, 2021

PCOM Georgia medical, pharmacy and physician assistant students are working to meet the need for COVID vaccinators in Georgia.

PCOM Georgia Readies Students for Vaccination Effort

February 19, 2021

Students in the osteopathic medicine, pharmacy and physician assistant studies programs are trained to deliver vaccinations.

200+ DO, DPT and PA Students Receive White Coats

January 5, 2021

Medical and graduate students mark an important educational milestone during a virtual white coat ceremony.

PA and PT Students Receive White Coats in Ceremonies

August 28, 2019

Physician assistant studies and physical therapy students celebrated milestones in the path to becoming healthcare professionals.

Physician Assistant Studies Class of 2021 Receives White Coats

August 20, 2019

Ceremony marks a rite of passage that stresses professionalism, scientific proficiency and compassionate care for the patient.

Students Earn PA Degree in 2019 Commencement Ceremony

August 1, 2019

18 PCOM Georgia graduates will go on to serve as physician assistants in the fields of family medicine, surgery and more.

Zachary Murphy | Physician Assistant Program at PCOM

June 22, 2019

Zachary Murphy hopes to provide his future patients with a more comprehensive understanding of their symptoms and diagnoses.

Michael Allen | Physician Assistant Studies Program at PCOM Georgia

April 22, 2019

Inspired by a medical mission trip to pursue a healthcare career, Michael Allen looks forward to clinical rotations with hands-on training in various specialties.

PA Studies Class of 2020 Receives White Coats

August 29, 2018

The annual event allows first year physician assistant students to publicly declare their intention to practice medicine.