View regional news stories for PCOM South Georgia including the College holdings its first annual SPARK program with local high school students.
Medical students are nearing the end of their first academic year, having been immersed in pharmacology, immunology, OMM and primary care skills.
The new SPARK program is designed to expose local youth to careers in healthcare and science as well as improve college readiness.
Dr. Craver will be the interim chief academic officer at the Moultrie location as well as continue to oversee academics at PCOM Georgia.
The biomedical sciences program will provide opportunities for students to prepare for careers in science and medicine.
Learn how PCOM South Georgia is focusing on filling the gap in rural medicine and read other local news coverage of the College.
The recent interprofessional education session invited local faith leaders and nursing students to collaborate alongside medical students.
Michael Sampson, DO, and Joanne Jones, MBA, discuss rural medicine and retaining students in the South Georgia region.
Local and regional news coverage looks at our new location holding its first open house and being honored as "Deal of the Year."
The annual award honors new Georgia businesses that promote economic development and involve significant community support.