GA-PCOM celebrates commencement season with award ceremonies, honor society brunches, a dinner-dance and other events.
The graduate and medical classes of 2018 celebrated graduation at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Georgia.
The doctor of physical therapy's inaugural class of 40 students will begin orientation next week at GA-PCOM.
"Candidate for accreditation" status allows GA-PCOM's new doctor of physical therapy program to begin classes in June.
GA-PCOM students, residents and faculty members presented posters on topics such as obesity, cancer, addiction and more.
Students, faculty and staff remembered body donors and thanked their families for contributing to medical education.
A book of poetry serves to help new doctors navigate the stress of their careers.
GA-PCOM medical student Farrah Rink (DO ‘19) was honored for her work in advocating for graduate education policies.
PCOM Primary Care Progress and Family Medicine Club DO students provided free camp physicals.
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