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PCOM South Georgia Students Honor Donors with Memorial Service

May 25, 2023

Students from the PCOM South Georgia Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and MS in Biomedical Sciences programs hosted the annual body donor memorial service.

PCOM Georgia Hosts Its Largest Research Day

May 22, 2023

Medical and graduate students showcased their poster presentations for an array of judges made up of faculty and other health professionals.

Dr. Peter F. Bidey Appointed Dean of PCOM's Osteopathic Medical Program

May 9, 2023

Peter F. Bidey, DO '08, MSEd, FACOFP, has been appointed dean of the Osteopathic Medical Program at PCOM's Philadelphia campus.

Developing the Next Generation of Osteopathic Physicians

May 4, 2023

Dr. Art Sesso discusses PCOM's Medical Education Center of Excellence (MECOE) and the center's unique approach to learning.

PCOM Launches First Academic Journal

May 3, 2023

The Journal of Integrated Primary Care (JIPC) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering primary care, pediatrics, behavioral health, PT, pharmacy and more.

Brothers and Sisters Orgs Educate Local Communities

April 24, 2023

Two student organizations aim to connect PCOM South Georgia with nearby communities and educate locals on health concerns.

Student Doctors Host ShaDO Day for Pre-Med Students

April 19, 2023

PCOM Georgia's DO students hosted hands-on learning exercises, Q&A sessions and presentations for community members.

Annual Surgical Conference Teaches Fundamentals

April 14, 2023

Students from PCOM and other area medical schools engaged in hands-on learning workshops led by practicing physicians and PCOM alumni.

The Basics of Blood Pressure Medications

April 10, 2023

PCOM faculty explain the basics of medication for high blood pressure and list the most common types of blood pressure medications.

PCOM Georgia Students Celebrate 100% Residency Match

March 31, 2023

PCOM Georgia DO students achieved a 100% placement rate into postgraduate positions.

Student Research Spotlight: Peter Choi (DO '24)

March 31, 2023

Peter Choi (DO '24) is studying treatment strategies for vascular malformations that involve collaborative work between medical specialists.

Inaugural DO Class Achieves 100 Percent Residency Match Rate

March 30, 2023

PCOM South Georgia is proud to announce every student in the inaugural Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine class has been matched to a residency program.

PCOM Faculty Named ACOFP Master Preceptors

March 30, 2023

The American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians has awarded the Master Preceptor Award to Michael Srulevich, DO, MPH, and George Spyropoulos, DO.

Student Perspective: Reflecting on Match Day

March 28, 2023

PCOM medical students Katie O'Shea (DO '23) and Jordan Selep (DO '23) share reflections on the Match Day experience.

Med Student Helps Turkish Earthquake Victims

March 27, 2023

Inara Patton (DO '26) tells her story about her trip to Turkey after the country's devastating earthquake.

Match Day Filled with Joy, Excitement

March 27, 2023

Graduates from PCOM's Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program celebrated Match Day, an annual tradition that matches med students to residency programs.

PCOM Georgia Alumni Return to Teach

March 21, 2023

Faculty members Renee Himmelbaum, DO '13, and Joy Zarandy, DO '13, are graduates of PCOM Georgia's osteopathic medical program.

Cieremans Named PCOM Student Researcher of the Year

March 6, 2023

David Cieremans (DO ‘24), an Ensign in the United States Navy, has conducted research in various fields such as neuro-oncology and orthopaedics.

HH&Y Program Challenges Students to Design Their Own Research

March 2, 2023

The Havas Health & You (HH&Y) Research Scholars pilot program is designed specifically for DO students.

Students Impact Patients' Lives in Guatemala

February 24, 2023

DO students from PCOM Georgia put their skills to practice during a mission trip to Guatemala by providing medical treatment and preventative care.