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PCOM South Georgia Student Physicians Attend Cancer Research Conference

November 16, 2023

Shahrzad Zamani (DO '25) and Jordan Howard (DO '26) were introduced to the latest research in cancer prevention, imaging, diagnosis, and treatment.

PCOM South Georgia Welcomes Community to Open House Nov. 9

November 3, 2023

Register now to join faculty, staff and current students for an open house event to learn about our degree programs, admissions process and more.

Dermatology Club Shares Message About Sun Safety

October 31, 2023

PCOM South Georgia's Dermatology Club members visited the Boys & Girls Club of Moultrie/Colquitt County to share sun safety advice.

Student Doctor Writes Mystery Novel

October 20, 2023

"Misery and the Mindscape Murderer," med student Jada Glenn's first published book, debuted earlier this month.

New Class of Student Doctors Receive White Coats

October 17, 2023

Newly enrolled student doctors at PCOM South Georgia proudly don white coats, embodying their dedication to medical professionalism.

From Undocumented Immigrant to Medical Student

October 9, 2023

Mauricio Soto (DO '27) is excited to give back to the South Georgia community that helped him get to medical school.

Nilam Vaughan, DO '11 - Women in Medicine Month

September 26, 2023

Dr. Nilam Vaughan wants to elevate women and ensure they are not penalized for creating their own path to medicine.

Pathways Event Prepares Students for Osteopathic Medical School

September 25, 2023

PCOM South Georgia partner institutions students are encouraged to attend the September 30 event to prepare for the medical school admissions process.

Sisters, Brothers in Medicine Hold Workshop for Local Youth

September 18, 2023

PCOM South Georgia students hosted local youth for a healthcare worker skills workshop focused on taking vital signs.

Medical Students Battle for Culinary Accolades in First Taste the World Tourney

September 11, 2023

PCOM South Georgia's Nutrition in Medicine Club hosted a cooking contest to unite the community and celebrate our unique backgrounds.