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.
The two-year MS in Biomedical Sciences program will prepare students for professional school or careers in science.
Read news coverage of how doctoral students hosted a virtual STEM summer academy for local high schoolers.
PCOM South Georgia DO students learned about dieting, nutrition and cooking during a culinary medicine course.
Medical students and faculty used online learning sessions to introduce high schoolers to healthcare career options.
The DO Class of 2024 celebrated numerous firsts at PCOM South Georgia.
Biology and immunology professors discuss COVID-19, social distancing and other related issues within rural America.