More than 100 students and faculty attended the workshop planned by PCOM Georgia medical student Akila Raja (DO '21).
Assistant Professor Dr. Shelley DiCecco instructed the 135-hour Complex Lymphatic Therapy (CLT) certification course.
As part of the Diversity Lecture Series, Cornell Wright, MPA, spoke to students and faculty about the intersecting of culture and health equity.
Students, alumni and faculty are members of this pharmacy society which represents those who work in acute and ambulatory care settings.
Endodontist Anne Koch, DMD, and community educator Holiday Simmons, MSW, will discuss best practices in transgender medicine.
PCOM joins Independence Blue Cross, Penn in backing the health tech startup and its smart pillbox product.
Created by Dr. Scott Glassman, the initiative will teach patients chronic pain management and the dangers of opioid misuse.
PCOM students conduct weekly phone calls with healthcare center patients to support wellness goals and manage treatments.
PCOM is a co-lead investor in vybe Urgent Care along with NewSpring Health Capital.