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Family Medicine Professors Installed as POFPS Leaders

August 16, 2022

Drs. Bidey and Spyropoulos were installed as leaders of the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Family Physicians Society during the organization's annual meeting.

Students Complete Research on Bifid Xiphoid Process

August 16, 2022

DO students Shahrzad Zamani, Tamryn Van Der Horn and Sara Meawad studied variations between the shape and size of the xiphoid process among anatomical donors.

Study Room Dedicated in PharmD Alum's Honor

August 15, 2022

The PCOM Georgia School of Pharmacy class of 2014 dedicated a study room to Jason O'Neal, PharmD '14, who passed away on August 12, 2016.

PCOM South Georgia Hosts GEAR UP Dougherty

August 10, 2022

Dougherty County high schoolers spent two days receiving hands-on medical training and learning how to prepare for college.

PCOM Joins Alliance to Acquire Chestnut Hill Hospital

August 8, 2022

PCOM President Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, announces an alliance of local health organizations to acquire Chestnut Hill Hospital.

Understanding Student Burnout

August 4, 2022

PCOM South Georgia faculty explain the stressors that may lead to burnout in medical students and provide tips for recovery.

Setting Students Up For Success

August 3, 2022

The new, two-week Fundamental Integration Required for Excellence (FIRE) program is designed to prepare incoming DO students for the challenges of med school.

Alisa Toney Named Chair of Leadership Gwinnett Foundation

August 3, 2022

PCOM Georgia's Senior Director of Development, Alisa Toney, was recently named the chair of the Leadership Gwinnett Foundation Board of Directors.

PCOM Celebrates 23rd Annual Graduate Programs Commencement

August 2, 2022

The College awarded master's and doctoral degrees to students in a variety of professional programs.

PCOM Georgia Holds PA and Biomedical Sciences Commencement

August 1, 2022

PCOM Georgia's graduate programs commencement ceremony included 45 biomedical sciences and 30 physician assistant students.