Local news outlets cover PCOM South Georgia beginning its biomedical sciences Master's program.
PCOM Georgia's PharmD accreditation, graduate programs commencement and other events are covered by local news sources.
PCOM psychology faculty discuss emotional health for children returning to school and the rise of DUIs during the pandemic.
PCOM faculty, residents and students had works published in various research journals on topics such as COVID-19, microbiology, neurosurgery and more.
PCOM Georgia medical student Christian Pruitt (DO '22) will promote research opportunities for osteopathic students.
The clinical psychology student discusses working with PCOM faculty on health psychology and cognitive behavior topics.
MyLifeAid, a subsidiary of PCS Wireless, will help provide technology and safety equipment as PCOM returns to campus.
George Fredrick, MD, teaches DO students primary care skills such as gathering patient history and performing physical exams.
Founded in 2010, the four-year program allows students to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree as well as pursue a concentration or dual degree.
Employees at all three PCOM locations will be provided with LunchBots as part of transitioning back to campus employment.