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Students Honor Donors with Memorial Service and Garden

May 16, 2024

Biomed and DO students coordinated a memorial service for 11 persons and their families who donated their bodies to science.

Katresa Gardner Named Medical Library Association Caucus Chair

April 25, 2024

Gardner was elected as the chair of MLA's LGBTQIA+ Caucus, where she will lead the executive committee and represent around 300 members.

Dr. H. William Craver Announced as Commencement Speaker

April 16, 2024

H. William Craver III, DO '87, FACOS, the inaugural dean of PCOM South Georgia, will deliver the keynote address at the May 16 graduation ceremony.

Research Day Keynote Speaker Announced

April 15, 2024

Dr. Jennifer McQuiston, a seasoned veterinarian and public health expert, will serve as the keynote speaker for PCOM South Georgia's annual Research Day.

PCOM South Georgia Presented With Partners and Progress Award

April 10, 2024

The Moultrie-Colquitt County Chamber honored PCOM's Moultrie location for its continued support of the community through volunteerism and wellness initiatives.

PCOM South Georgia: Moving Into the Future

March 27, 2024

Dr. Marla D. Golden discusses what makes Moultrie an ideal location for PCOM South Georgia and how the College is addressing shortages in rural medical care.

Students Learn About Residency Placement During PCOM South Georgia's Second Match Day

March 20, 2024

Students from PCOM South Georgia's class of 2024 who participated in the National Resident Matching Program celebrated their residency placements on March 15.

Brooks County High School Students, PCOM Med Students Plan March 23 Health Fair in Quitman

March 15, 2024

The fair is organized through Health Career Collaborative, a three-year program that fosters high schoolers' confidence in healthcare careers.

PCOM South Georgia Offers Women's Self-defense Seminar

March 13, 2024

A women's self-defense seminar will be hosted on PCOM South Georgia's campus on Monday, March 18 from 6-8 p.m. EST. The event is open to the public.

Continuing What His Parents Started

February 21, 2024

Growing up, Emeka Ikeakanam witnessed his parents give back to others in immeasurable ways. Now, as a youth volunteer, he hopes to spread that mindset.