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Medical Students Volunteer to Administer Vaccines

March 30, 2021

PCOM South Georgia DO students assist with screening patients, administering vaccines and documenting doses at Colquitt Regional.

Moradi and Little Explain College's Vaccine Efforts to FOX 5 Atlanta's Yu

March 23, 2021

As the state's vaccine supply grows, medical students will volunteer their time and skills to administer vaccinations.

Students Join Podcast to Discuss the Impact of COVID-19

March 19, 2021

DO students Allison Tresner and Jake Massey joined WALB's Voices of COVID-19 podcast to discuss how the pandemic has impacted their medical education.

Rural Medicine and Surgery: Faculty Focus on Robert Lloyd, DO

March 15, 2021

Dr. Lloyd's experiences as a surgeon fit perfectly for teaching medical students who want to practice in underserved areas.

Thomas Awarded Diversity in Medicine Scholarship

March 10, 2021

PCOM Georgia medical student Kayla Thomas was recently awarded a Diversity in Medicine scholarship from The Dr. Oz Show.

Student Spotlight: Megan Johnson (DO '22)

March 8, 2021

The osteopathic medicine student will compete on American Ninja Warrior.

From Judging to Teaching, PCOM Georgia Engages in Science Fair

March 5, 2021

Students, faculty and staff judged and taught during the virtual Gwinnett Regional Science, Engineering and Innovation Fair.

Healthcare Summer Camp Set for June

March 2, 2021

PCOM South Georgia students will mentor Moultrie area high schoolers about preparing for careers in health care.

Teaching Anatomy: Faculty Focus on Leslie McIntosh, PhD

March 2, 2021

Dr. McIntosh shares her passion for teaching professional students and participating in research projects at PCOM South Georgia.

Students Partner with Local Girl Scouts to Teach Life Skills

February 24, 2021

Nine PCOM students led virtual presentations on topics such as first aid, CPR, meditation, outdoor cooking and more.

PCOM Student Elected CDO of LMSA NE Region

February 23, 2021

Dianne Mancheno (DO '23) has been named chief development officer of the Latino Medical Student Association Northeast Region.

PCOM Georgia Readies Students for Vaccination Effort

February 19, 2021

Students in the osteopathic medicine, pharmacy and physician assistant studies programs are trained to deliver vaccinations.

DO Students Join Rural Medicine Scholars Program

February 18, 2021

Five medical students will participate in a two-year program that provides hands-on training for serving rural populations.

Meta L. Christy, DO: The First African American Osteopathic Physician

February 16, 2021

PCOM celebrates the legacy of Dr. Christy by exploring her educational and professional career as a DO.

Standing on her Shoulders: Celebrating Meta L. Christy, DO, and African American Alumnae Trailblazers

February 16, 2021

Seven PCOM alumnae share their experiences as African American female doctors, health professionals and leaders.

Founders' Day 2021

February 15, 2021

Students, faculty and alumni are honored for their dedication to the College and the osteopathic profession.

PCOM's Div19 Chapter Hosts Fundraiser for Troops

February 15, 2021

Psychology and medical students raise funds for care packages which will be sent to active-duty military personnel.

PCOM Georgia Plans Healthcare Camp for High Schoolers

February 11, 2021

The free summer program allows Atlanta area youth to explore healthcare careers while being mentored by PCOM Georgia students and faculty.

Op-Ed: Medical Students Critical to Vaccine Mobilization Effort

February 4, 2021

Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, President and CEO of PCOM, discusses how medical students can play a critical role in the nation's inoculation efforts.

Students Lead Sexual Health Initiative for South Georgia

January 27, 2021

Community partners and local physicians will be provided with kits containing contraceptives and educational fact sheets.

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