DO students are taking part in art, music and storytelling lessons to improve their observation and communication skills.
The National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program will pay full tuition for Yesenia Stephens (DO '24) and Jasmine Rogers (DO '23).
The DO program's committees will conduct admissions interviews online to ensure safety and lower costs for prospective students.
PCOM's leadership teams are working with high schools, universities and hospitals in the South to fill the need for rural physicians.
The Student National Medical Association Club has partnered with the Moultrie Boys and Girls Club to work with high schoolers.
PCOM South Georgia's assistant professor and OMM site director has always envisioned a career in patient care.
PCOM South Georgia was established in the southwest region of the state in 2019 to address the shortage of physicians in rural areas.
PCOM South Georgia trains doctors to fully see their patients by looking at lifestyle, diet and mental health in addition to symptoms.
Local news outlets cover PCOM South Georgia beginning its biomedical sciences Master's program.
George Fredrick, MD, teaches DO students primary care skills such as gathering patient history and performing physical exams.