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Freed Honored by State Pediatrics Association

November 21, 2022

PCOM Georgia faculty member Gary Freed, DO, was recognized for his lifetime of work and contributions to the pediatric profession.

Despite Obstacles, Sisters Stand Side by Side in their White Coats

November 15, 2022

Osteopathic medical students Jessica and Danielle Myara share what led them to PCOM Georgia in their goal to become physicians.

Diwali, the Festival of Lights, Celebrated

November 2, 2022

Students from PCOM Georgia organized a Diwali festival on campus and shared many of the traditional customs observed during the 5-day celebration.

Physical Therapy Program Celebrates PT Month with a Myriad of Activities

October 31, 2022

DPT students and faculty participated in a series of events and activities to highlight their profession during National Physical Therapy Month.

Pharmacy and Medical Students Receive White Coats

October 27, 2022

Students from PCOM Georgia's PharmD and DO programs gathered at the Gas South Theatre to participate in the traditional white coat ceremony.

PCOM Georgia Helps Paint Gwinnett Pink

October 19, 2022

For the fifth year, PCOM Georgia served as a sponsor for the breast cancer 5K event.

DPT Student Represents PCOM Georgia for PT and Hispanic Heritage Month

October 13, 2022

Angelique Estrada-Womack (DPT '23) shared her experience as a Puerto Rican physical therapist student in a recent APTA Georgia podcast.

Student Research Spotlight: Jaci Carithers, MS '22 (DO '26)

October 10, 2022

Jaci Carithers explains the importance of her research on lead contamination in soil samples and how environmental factors can impact patient health.

Victoria A. Troncoso, DO - Women in Medicine Month

September 15, 2022

PCOM Georgia's Dr. Troncoso encourages women in medicine to fearlessly implement change and respectfully challenge inequalities.

PCOM Georgia Physical Therapy Dept. Supports Individuals with Limb Loss

September 9, 2022

Faculty and students of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program helped to empower community members living with limb loss by hosting "Beyond Amputation" event.