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.
Assistant Professor Stacie Fairley, PhD, joined PCOM's Office of Diversity to discuss the virus's spread and effects in rural communities.
Second year medical student and Moultie native Xavia Taylor (DO '24) received the award from the Colquitt Regional Medical Center.
In lieu of hosting a ceremony, the inaugural DO class wrote a letter to body donors' families expressing their gratitude.
View local and regional news coverage including faculty sharing tips on staying healthy while working from home.
PCOM South Georgia faculty discuss posture, screen time, mental health and more as employees and students work and learn from home.
PCOM's Office of Diversity and Community Relations hosted a webinar with Colquitt County Serenity House, a domestic violence shelter.
Student physicians in Southwest Georgia's only four-year medical school have been learning "the DO difference."
The implementation of a virtual learning environment has been successful due to the adaptability of the first-year DO students.