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Medical Students Honor Their First Patients

May 19, 2022

PCOM South Georgia DO students remember body donors who contributed to their medical education.

Student Elected to National Position

May 19, 2022

Second year medical student Tony Sciuva (DO '24) will serve as the National Chair of the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP).

The Intersection of Radiology and Community: Neha Mylarapu, DO ’22

May 18, 2022

An undergraduate design project inspired PCOM Georgia graduate Neha Mylarapu, DO '22, to pursue a career in diagnostic radiology.

Danny Martinez (DO '22): May His Light Forever Shine

May 18, 2022

Family, friends, mentors and the PCOM Georgia community reflect on the life of beloved DO student Danny Martinez.

Female Student Leadership Excels at PCOM

May 16, 2022

Several female student leaders have expanded their reach beyond the classroom and achieved national leadership positions within professional organizations.

PCOM Students Awarded Annual POMA Scholarships

May 13, 2022

Four Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) students received Resident/Student Scholarships from the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association (POMA).

Class of 2024 Celebrates Halfway Mark with Pinning Ceremony

May 6, 2022

The ceremony marks the end of classroom training as students begin their third-year clerkships or rotations with regional hospitals and physicians.

Founders' Day Celebrates PCOM's History, Continued Legacy

May 5, 2022

The PCOM community came together for the 2022 Founders' Day ceremony to recognize the College's inception and honor the legacy of our founders.

PCOM Reflects During Celebration of Remembrance

May 4, 2022

Students in the DO Class of 2025 performed songs and readings to honor the individuals who donated their bodies for PCOM research and education.

Students Participate in Advocacy Day

May 3, 2022

The Department of Clinical Psychology hosted its annual Advocacy Day, an event that strives to promote interprofessional education among PCOM students.

Sharing A Message of Hope Through The Testimonies of Black Women

April 29, 2022

A panel of Black women experts in health care shared their personal stories of encouragement and perseverance with the PCOM community.

PCOM Announces Founders' Day 2022 Honorees

April 21, 2022

The Founders' Day award recipients embody the dedication, loyalty and service to PCOM that our founders, O.J. Snyder and Mason W. Pressly, exhibited.

Student Research Spotlight: Shreya Dundumalla (DO `24)

April 19, 2022

Dundumalla's research is identifying a set of guidelines all physicians can follow in treating long-COVID symptoms and reducing clinical variation.

DO Students Mark Transition After Two Challenging Years

April 14, 2022

The DO Class of 2024 marks the transition from didactics to rotations through a special event unique to their class - a pinning ceremony.

125 Years Through 125 Stories: Our story. Our heritage. Our inspiration.

April 14, 2022

As PCOM moves toward its 125-year milestone, we invite you to celebrate the spirit and character of the College in these reflections of legendary professors.

Edna K. Williams, DO 1926

April 14, 2022

The Diminutive Osteopath with Mighty Hands and Spirit

Students Participate in Rural Medicine Program

April 11, 2022

The Southwest Georgia AHEC Scholars Program serves to deepen medical students' knowledge and experience in rural medicine.

Gold Humanism Honor Society Chapter Established

April 8, 2022

PCOM South Georgia has established a chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society which recognizes DO students for compassionate human care.

Havas Health & You Research Scholars Program

April 7, 2022

PCOM has partnered with Havas Health & You (HH&Y), the world's largest global health network, to engage DO students in research.

Moultrie Support Critical for Medical Student Success

March 28, 2022

Attending medical school close to home in South Georgia has elevated the experience for Shelby Flowers (DO '23) and Trent Griner (DO '23).

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