PCOM's leadership teams are working with high schools, universities and hospitals in the South to fill the need for rural physicians.
Associate professor Brent Rollins, PhD, RPh, discusses pharmacy marketing and prescription drug promotions.
View PCOM news coverage including professor Larry Finkelstein, DO, discussing a return to in-person learning for students in Lower Merion schools.
First-year DO students take part in “Veteran’s Affair: My Life, My Story”, a community experience designed to challenge listening skills.
PCOM faculty, residents and students had works published in research journals on topics such as trauma care, toxicology, military medicine and more.
The Student National Medical Association Club has partnered with the Moultrie Boys and Girls Club to work with high schoolers.
Doctor of Physical Therapy students were tasked to perform basketball skills in wheelchairs and report their experiences.
Dr. Noto-Bell shares what inspired her to become a doctor and describes what can be done to advance equity for women in medicine.
A graduate of PCOM, Dr. Bullock practices internal medicine in Sugar Hill and is a clinical assistant professor at PCOM Georgia.
PCOM South Georgia's assistant professor and OMM site director has always envisioned a career in patient care.