PCOM alumnae speak about the impact of microaggressions, prejudice in the healthcare field and how health providers can take action.
How children deal with that trauma--and how psychologists interact with clients and other health professionals to address it--is the focus of work by two PCOM alumni.
An esteemed educator and committed and courageous visionary, Leonard H. Finkelstein, DO '59, MSc '63, FACOS, passed away in June at age 85.
This year's honorees embody the dedication, loyalty and service that PCOM's founders exhibited: Alexander Nicholas, DO; Tina Woodruff, EdD; Taylor E. Olian, DO; Hannah Shin, DO.
Classes begin at PCOM's Moultrie location on Aug. 12.
PCOM recently partnered with Cabrini University to mentor college-age African-American and Latino men about the process of research.
Wessley Square (DO '20) was selected as one of only three in the country to take part in the Osteopathic Health Policy Internship.
11th and 12th graders were introduced to health careers by participating in dissection, anatomy and healthy living activities.
18 PCOM Georgia graduates will go on to serve as physician assistants in the fields of family medicine, surgery and more.
View local, regional and national stories featuring PCOM South Georgia faculty, students, programs and events for the month of July 2019.