Alicia Williams's (DO '22) Medicine in Color podcast explores careers in medicine with guests from across the healthcare industry.
Teams of PCOM Georgia DO students competed to successfully execute simulated trauma cases.
In her time at PCOM Georgia, Dr. Shin tirelessly served the community, institution and DO profession through service and education.
270 students graduated from the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), Doctor of Pharmacy and Masters of Biomedical Sciences programs.
PCOM Georgia's Student Organizations Council board members recognized clubs and individuals during May 9 banquet.
The Student-Run Clinic offers students an opportunity to use their medical knowledge to help underserved communities.
The PCOM Georgia Body Donor Program held its annual memorial service on May 11 to honor individuals who donated their bodies to science.
PCOM Georgia's Trauma Day allows medical students to collaborate with nursing and paramedic students in emergency cases.
Nakoasha Dillard (PharmD '21) was a "Top 10 Finalist" in the 2019 National Patient Counseling Competition held at the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting and Exposition.
Alyssa Varsalona, CSCS (PT '21) competed against about 100 athletes in the Southeast region in the March competition.