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DO Class of 2020 Celebrates Commencement

May 21, 2020

Hundreds of viewers watched the online ceremony on Facebook and YouTube on May 21.

DO Program Receives 10-Year Accreditation

May 15, 2020

The AOA recently granted PCOM's osteopathic medical programs a full, 10-year continuing accreditation at all locations.

Fellowship Recipient Helps Develop Low-Cost Ventilator

May 4, 2020

Third-year medical student Varun Yarabarla (DO '21) serves as the development lead for VentLife.

Annie Phung (DO '21) Selected as Student DO of the Year

April 27, 2020

Phung was nominated by her peers for representing PCOM Georgia through leadership and service.

Inaugural Class Celebrates National Osteopathic Medicine Week

April 24, 2020

Student physicians in Southwest Georgia's only four-year medical school have been learning "the DO difference."

PCOM South Georgia to Remain Online Through Term

April 23, 2020

The implementation of a virtual learning environment has been successful due to the adaptability of the first-year DO students.

DO Council Leads NOM Week Recognition

April 22, 2020

With the theme, "We Are Osteopathic Medicine," National Osteopathic Medicine (NOM) Week is taking place April 19-25.

Dr. Craver Assumes Role as PCOM South Georgia Dean

April 13, 2020

The longtime osteopathic physician brings many years of education experience and a passion for rural medicine.

Student Volunteers Procure Masks and Deliver Groceries

April 9, 2020

PCOM Georgia students are donating protective gear to local hospitals and assisting residents in Gwinnett County.

MAG Rotation Prepares Medical Students for Advocacy

March 12, 2020

Osteopathic medicine students Vash Patel (DO '20) and Yassmin Shariff (DO '20) completed a four week public policy program at the state Capitol.

PCOM South Georgia Wrapping up First Year, Preparing for New Programs

February 20, 2020

Medical students are nearing the end of their first academic year, having been immersed in pharmacology, immunology, OMM and primary care skills.

PCOM South Georgia Launches Master's Degree Program

January 29, 2020

The biomedical sciences program will provide opportunities for students to prepare for careers in science and medicine.

Abdul Walters (DO '20) Awarded Mason Pressly Medal

January 22, 2020

The osteopathic medicine student will be honored for his outstanding contributions to the College, profession and community.

PCOM South Georgia Teaches Team Approach to Treat Patients

January 22, 2020

The recent interprofessional education session invited local faith leaders and nursing students to collaborate alongside medical students.

Kathleen E. Ackert (DO '20) Awarded Mason Pressly Memorial Medal

January 21, 2020

The medical student will be honored for her outstanding achievements in storytelling to promote the osteopathic profession and the College.

Breast Cancer Surgeon Monique Gary, DO ’09, Receives Certificate of Honor

January 21, 2020

Monique A. Gary, DO '09, MS/Biomed '05, is a breast surgical oncologist specializing in treating benign and malignant breast disease.

PCOM Names Arthur J. Sesso, DO '81, as 2020 Snyder Medal Recipient

January 21, 2020

Dr. Sesso is presented with the College's highest award in recognition of his leadership and service to the osteopathic profession and the institution.

Celebrating Nearly 20 Years of Educating Delawareans

December 16, 2019

PCOM serves as one of the First State's official medical schools, since it does not have its own.

Students Host Healthcare Workforce Panel with Rep. Dwight Evans

December 4, 2019

The panel discussion focused on the need for more funding and personnel in the primary care fields.

PCOM, Villanova Nursing Collaborate on IPE Initiative

November 11, 2019

DO and PsyD students work alongside Villanova nursing students on emergency care simulations.

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