More than 120 PCOM Georgia fourth year medical students matched into a wide range of residency programs.
Following public health guidelines, the College will cancel traditional DO and PharmD graduation exercises at PCOM and PCOM Georgia.
In the wake of COVID-19 social restrictions, DO and PsyD students took their residency match celebrations online with #PCOMmatch.
Online learning began March 16 at PCOM Georgia and many students and faculty members report positive experiences.
Learning online has become crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic with many schools and colleges including PCOM South Georgia choosing to adapt to this way of teaching.
President Jay S. Feldstein, DO, and Provost Kenneth J. Veit, DO, MBA, explain PCOM's response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
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 seeks to hire part-time standardized patients to help train medical students.
In this Q&A, PCOM Georgia faculty member Valerie Cadet, PhD, explains what coronavirus is, how it spreads, preventive measures and more.
View regional news stories for PCOM South Georgia including the College holdings its first annual SPARK program with local high school students.