The Early Assurance Program grants GSW students early entry into PCOM Georgia's PharmD program.
Assistant Professor Carrie Smith Nold, MPA, PA-C, was nominated for her care and creativity when teaching physician assistant students.
Ten week webinar series and discussion groups help students learn research laboratory techniques and safety protocols.
PCOM's Chief Human Resources Officer was recognized for outstanding achievement within the Delaware Valley professional community.
With the transition to remote work and learning that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents and caregivers now find themselves in the role of teacher.
PCOM South Georgia was established in the southwest region of the state in 2019 to address the shortage of physicians in rural areas.
PCOM Georgia medical students are working with local organizations to offer free flu shots for uninsured adults in Gwinnett County.
The two physical therapy students identified a rehab measure to be published for patients with decreased mobility during illnesses.
PCOM South Georgia trains doctors to fully see their patients by looking at lifestyle, diet and mental health in addition to symptoms.
Jeffrey Clark, Diana Tran and Maya Watford will serve on committees that support PharmD student benefits and address diversity issues.