With no time left on the clock, Friday night lights in Suwanee culminated in a successful
field goal by the home team marking the crowning of the 7AAAAAAA champion. The hard-fought
game between two irrepressible teams, one from North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee
and the other from Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, provided a premonition
of what’s to come—two areas of the state working together, but this time, not as competitors
but spirited team members, providing an excellent outcome.
Just as both teams, playing with passion and purpose, brought out the best in each
other, the two Georgia campuses of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, one
in Suwanee and the other in Moultrie, will complement each other resulting in a win/win
combination for Georgians.
Preparation is the key in both scenarios—on the football field and in higher education.
It takes experts in their fields to build excellent football teams and medical schools.
It’s evident that both North Gwinnett and Colquitt County have the right combination
of coaches to prepare two successful teams. With its 118-years of a rich and storied
history, it’s also apparent that PCOM has what it takes to successfully educate and
train more than 15,000 graduates to date. And pipeline programming to introduce athletics
and health sciences to our youth are important for both football programs and medical
Just as tremendous community support is a key ingredient in successful football programs,
partnerships are required for a thriving medical college. To bring PCOM South Georgia to fruition, PCOM needs continued collaboration with the region—from hospital leadership
to physicians to community members to educational institutions and more.
If Friday night is any indication, a championship football game, especially one that
took an additional week to play, brings forth an extra measure of excitement. PCOM
looks forward to being an enthusiastic and integral partner in the region as we work
together to bring a medical school to South Georgia.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) extended its commitment to the
Southeast by establishing PCOM South Georgia, an additional teaching location in Moultrie, Georgia. PCOM South Georgia offers both
a full, four-year medical program leading to the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
degree and a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences degree. PCOM is a private, not-for-profit
institution which trains professionals in the health and behavioral sciences fields.
Joining PCOM Georgia in Suwanee in helping to meet the healthcare needs of the state,
PCOM South Georgia focuses on educating physicians for the South Georgia region. The
medical campus, which welcomed its inaugural class of medical students in August 2019,
has received accreditation from the American Osteopathic Association's Commission
on Osteopathic College Accreditation. For more information, visit pcom.edu/southgeorgia or call 229-668-3110.
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