Class of 2021 physicians, pharmacists and physical therapists graduated from the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre in Alpharetta on May 27.
Retired Biomedical Sciences professor Mary P. Owen, JD, PhD, CS, is honored for her distinguished service to the College.
CAPTE granted initial accreditation to PCOM Georgia's Doctor of Physical Therapy program effective through the fall of 2025.
PCOM Georgia students, faculty and other community members received COVID-19 shots at the vaccination events.
Gwinnett County entrepreneurs Clyde and Sandra Strickland recently established endowed scholarships for PCOM Georgia doctoral students.
The DO Class of 2021 at PCOM and PCOM Georgia will continue their education at hospitals and healthcare sites across the country.
PCOM Georgia medical, pharmacy and physician assistant students are working to meet the need for COVID vaccinators in Georgia.
The award recognizes physicians' contributions to education, research, service and more within the osteopathic profession.
As the state's vaccine supply grows, medical students will volunteer their time and skills to administer vaccinations.
Dr. Mann will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Simulation Center and standardized patients across PCOM's three locations.