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Cultivating Wellness: Boys and Girls Club's Garden Program

December 7, 2023

DO students from PCOM South Georgia's Student National Medical Association teach Boys and Girls Club members the value of nutrition and growing your own food.

One-Year Master's in Biomedical Sciences Launches at PCOM, PCOM Georgia

December 6, 2023

Graduates of this accelerated program will be equipped with a strong academic foundation for medical school environments.

Balancing Act: Integrating AI as a DO

December 1, 2023

With advances in generative AI, medical schools find themselves in a unique position as they sit at the intersection of higher education and medicine.

PCOM South Georgia Student Physicians Attend Cancer Research Conference

November 16, 2023

Shahrzad Zamani (DO '25) and Jordan Howard (DO '26) were introduced to the latest research in cancer prevention, imaging, diagnosis, and treatment.

‘When Life Isn’t in Your Hands, You End Up Appreciating It More’

November 16, 2023

Witness firsthand the strength and resilience of Angela Ellis (DO '25), a 27-year-old Latina medical student who battled triple-negative breast cancer.

What is Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment?

November 13, 2023

What is OMT? DOs use osteopathic manipulative treatment techniques to treat patients' musculoskeletal and nervous system dysfunctions.

PCOM South Georgia Welcomes Community to Open House Nov. 9

November 3, 2023

Register now to join faculty, staff and current students for an open house event to learn about our degree programs, admissions process and more.

Dermatology Club Shares Message About Sun Safety

October 31, 2023

PCOM South Georgia's Dermatology Club members visited the Boys & Girls Club of Moultrie/Colquitt County to share sun safety advice.

Future Physicians Receive White Coats at Annual Ceremony

October 20, 2023

270 osteopathic medical students from the Class of 2027 donned their symbolic white coats in front of family and friends.

PCOM Georgia Community Helps Paint Gwinnett Pink

October 20, 2023

90 volunteers from the College provided free health screenings, kids activities and community education at the annual event.

Student Doctor Writes Mystery Novel

October 20, 2023

"Misery and the Mindscape Murderer," med student Jada Glenn's first published book, debuted earlier this month.

Pharmacy and Medical Students Participate in Rite of Passage

October 18, 2023

First year PharmD and DO students received their white coats in front of family and friends during symbolic white coat ceremonies.

A Mother's Love, A Daughter's Purpose

October 18, 2023

Her mother's intuition uncovered Karli Meller's (DO '26) life-changing diagnosis, while doctors overlooked her symptoms.

New Class of Student Doctors Receive White Coats

October 17, 2023

Newly enrolled student doctors at PCOM South Georgia proudly don white coats, embodying their dedication to medical professionalism.

'It's Not Common to See Us': Paving the Way Is Bittersweet

October 11, 2023

PCOM's Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) fosters an environment of inclusivity and aims to increase the number of Hispanic and Latino medical students.

From Undocumented Immigrant to Medical Student

October 9, 2023

Mauricio Soto (DO '27) is excited to give back to the South Georgia community that helped him get to medical school.

Medical Spanish Course Prepares Med Students for Outreach and Rotations

October 6, 2023

The conversational Spanish lessons improve DO students' cultural competencies and patient connections.

'I’ll Be the Doctor They Said I’d Never Become'

September 27, 2023

Joyce Daniel Suarez (DO '26) is proving his doubters wrong by pursuing a career in orthopedic surgery at PCOM.

LeeAnn Tanaka, DO '14 - Women in Medicine Month

September 26, 2023

Dr. Tanaka describes her experiences as a female physician as well as why she chose a career in medicine, and offers advice to younger colleagues.

Meet Ryan Almodovar (DO '25)

September 26, 2023

Medical student Ryan Almodovar shares how PCOM Georgia's DO program is preparing him to become a family physician that cares for diverse communities.