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.
DO students discuss their transition to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as their volunteerism to help local healthcare centers.
The longtime osteopathic physician brings many years of education experience and a passion for rural medicine.
Healthcare providers at Colquitt Regional Medical Center (CRMC) and Phoebe Putney received masks, gloves and other supplies.
See regional news coverage of PCOM South Georgia including how the College has moved to virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learning online has become crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic with many schools and colleges including PCOM South Georgia choosing to adapt to this way of teaching.
PCOM South Georgia seeks to hire part-time standardized patients to help train medical students.