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A Thanksgiving Message

November 21, 2022

PCOM President Jay Feldstein, DO '81, reminds the College community to reflect on our inherent humanity during the Thanksgiving season.

Feldstein Appointed to Board of State Health Association

November 16, 2022

PCOM President Jay Feldstein, DO '81, has been named to the Board of Directors for The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP).

PCOM Adds New Member to Board of Trustees

November 14, 2022

The College has added longtime physician and medical organization leader William B. Swallow, DO '79, to its Board of Trustees.

PCOM Hosts First-Generation Student Celebration

November 11, 2022

In partnership with the Student Government Association, the event highlighted the contributions of first-generation PCOM community members across our campuses.

Feldstein Joins Regional Healthcare Summit

November 10, 2022

Dr. Jay Feldstein joined a panel of some of the region's brightest thought leaders to discuss the role of higher education in the future of healthcare.

PCOM Student Organizes CME at APPA 50th Anniversary

October 28, 2022

Monica Villegas' (DO `24) Continuing Medical Education program was featured at the Association of Philippine Physicians in America's national convention.

DO Class of 2026 Celebrates White Coat Ceremony

October 25, 2022

Marking the symbolic start of their medical careers, 280 first-year medical students received their white coats.

From the Classroom to the Kitchen

October 24, 2022

PCOM medical students swapped their scalpels for spatulas in the "Diced" challenge, a culinary and fundraising event developed by Vetri Community Partnership.

CWI Hosts Community Day in North Philadelphia

October 24, 2022

PCOM's Community Wellness Initiative hosted a day full of health screenings, giveaways, free food and fun activities at W Cambria Street.

PCOM Community Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

October 20, 2022

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates Hispanic and Latinx culture but also shines a light on the need for more representation in the field of health care.