Nine PCOM students led virtual presentations on topics such as first aid, CPR, meditation, outdoor cooking and more.
Dianne Mancheno (DO '23) has been named chief development officer of the Latino Medical Student Association Northeast Region.
Students in the osteopathic medicine, pharmacy and physician assistant studies programs are trained to deliver vaccinations.
Five medical students will participate in a two-year program that provides hands-on training for serving rural populations.
PCOM celebrates the legacy of Dr. Christy by exploring her educational and professional career as a DO.
Seven PCOM alumnae share their experiences as African American female doctors, health professionals and leaders.
Students, faculty and alumni are honored for their dedication to the College and the osteopathic profession.
Psychology and medical students raise funds for care packages which will be sent to active-duty military personnel.
The free summer program allows Atlanta area youth to explore healthcare careers while being mentored by PCOM Georgia students and faculty.
Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, President and CEO of PCOM, discusses how medical students can play a critical role in the nation's inoculation efforts.