Several speakers and events celebrated the impact of Hispanic and Latino healthcare professionals.
Osteopathic medicine and Pharmacy students donned the traditional garb during ceremonies in front of family and friends.
59 first-year osteopathic medical students take an important step toward becoming physicians.
The PCOM Georgia medical student was recognized for working to educate her classmates on substance abuse issues.
First-year medical students will receive the traditional garb in front of friends and family at the October 18 event.
The dinner is part of several events being held during the month of October to bridge cultural differences.
Physical therapy student Jocilyn Yarnell (DPT '21) introduces PCOM Georgia staff and students to gym equipment and exercises.
The PCOM chapter of the Student Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (SAMOPS) hosted the remembrance ceremony.