Humanism and compassion for others were frequent themes during the College's osteopathic physician graduation events.
A book of poetry serves to help new doctors navigate the stress of their careers.
PCOM Primary Care Progress and Family Medicine Club DO students provided free camp physicals.
Doctor of osteopathic medicine students learn the connection between health, nutrition in new cooking class.
The March 16 event capped PCOM's match period for doctor of osteopathic medicine and doctor of psychology students.
DO program mentoring initiative pairs students with faculty to assist with personal and academic issues.
Campuswide talent show benefits Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley.
Annual event highlights importance of primary care.
More than 270 first-year DO students participated in the ceremonial rite of passage.