The Office of Diversity hosted a webinar for the PCOM community entitled "Coming Out at Work."
Physicians in training at PCOM provide perspective on health care and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lavinia "Vinnie" Lafferty's career as executive assistant to the president and secretary to the Board of Trustees has spanned five decades.
Assistant Professor Stacie Fairley, PhD, joined PCOM's Office of Diversity to discuss the virus's spread and effects in rural communities.
Kala Hurst (DO '22) and Aldwin Soumare (DO '22) were appointed to the Student National Medical Association Board of Directors.
Second year medical student and Moultie native Xavia Taylor (DO '24) received the award from the Colquitt Regional Medical Center.
Virtual gatherings offer PCOM community members safe places to discuss racial injustices felt across the nation.
Students, faculty and staff joined medical students and health professionals nationwide in solidarity with White Coats for Black Lives.
In lieu of hosting a ceremony, the inaugural DO class wrote a letter to body donors' families expressing their gratitude.
Faculty share advice for parents to keep children's minds and bodies healthy during the pandemic.