The AOA recently granted PCOM's osteopathic medical programs a full, 10-year continuing accreditation at all locations.
PCOM's professional development department recently presented a webinar series for educators shifting to online education in the wake of COVID-19.
The implementation of a virtual learning environment has been successful due to the adaptability of the first-year DO students.
Dr. Kaczmarczyk has worked in academia since 1987 holding titles from clinical instructor to associate dean of undergraduate medical education.
The longtime osteopathic physician brings many years of education experience and a passion for rural medicine.
See regional news coverage of PCOM South Georgia including how the College has moved to virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Through the establishment of PCOM South Georgia, the College proudly extends its commitment to the state of Georgia.