GA-PCOM medical students met with lawmakers in Washington, D.C. for DO Day on Capitol Hill.
DO program mentoring initiative pairs students with faculty to assist with personal and academic issues.
Fellow students, faculty and alumni offer encouragement, information and advice to medical students.
First-year PCOM School of Pharmacy students visited the Georgia State Capitol for the annual advocacy day.
Campuswide talent show benefits Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley.
GA-PCOM's Student Government Association collected toys, supplies for area shelters.
Event provided professional development and networking opportunities for PCOM School of Pharmacy students.
AOA President Mark Baker shared bright outlook with GA-PCOM students.
DO, PA and PharmD students learn to react to high-pressure challenges they may encounter in the field.