Assistant professor Kristie Petree, DO, provided medical care to legislators and staff at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta.
Award recipients are honored for their demonstrated leadership and service to the College, osteopathic profession and community.
Dr. Nicholas is presented with the College's highest award in recognition of his leadership and service to the osteopathic profession and the institution.
Tina Woodruff, EdD, senior advisor to the provost, is recognized for distinguished services and loyal devotion to PCOM.
The award is presented to a medical student for their outstanding achievement and service to PCOM, the osteopathic profession and the community.
As part of the Diversity Lecture Series, Cornell Wright, MPA, spoke to students and faculty about the intersecting of culture and health equity.
Students, alumni and faculty are members of this pharmacy society which represents those who work in acute and ambulatory care settings.
The annual campuswide talent show event has raised more than $55,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation since its inception in 2007.
Local juniors and seniors, members of the Gwinnett Medical Center's Explorers, visited GA-PCOM to experience healthcare careers.