Rotations and clerkships allow medical students to learn under the guidance of physicians in a variety of specialties.
Physical therapy students are using household items and family members to create videos about exercises and techniques.
DO students are taking part in art, music and storytelling lessons to improve their observation and communication skills.
Desk space under tents allow students to study in the presence of their peers while maintaining proper health and safety precautions.
The DO program's committees will conduct admissions interviews online to ensure safety and lower costs for prospective students.
First-year DO students take part in “Veteran’s Affair: My Life, My Story”, a community experience designed to challenge listening skills.
Doctor of Physical Therapy students were tasked to perform basketball skills in wheelchairs and report their experiences.
The Early Assurance Program grants GSW students early entry into PCOM Georgia's PharmD program.
Local news outlets cover PCOM South Georgia beginning its biomedical sciences Master's program.
PCOM Georgia's PharmD accreditation, graduate programs commencement and other events are covered by local news sources.