The award-winning psychiatrist will be the new associate dean for clinical integration within the college of osteopathic medicine.
The College and two employees were named finalists in the 2018 Moxie and Healthcare Awards, sponsored by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
Staff will be responsible for the recruitment of osteopathic medical students for the College's new location opening in August of 2019.
The Women's Night event will be held on Nov. 14 and focuses on improving post menopausal weight management and cardiovascular health.
GA-PCOM students, faculty and staff joined the Gwinnett event to help raise funds for breast cancer technology and access to health care.
Doctor of pharmacy and osteopathic medicine students donned the traditional white coat in the formal ceremonies.
Medical Simulation Students Earn EMT Certification 14 GA-PCOM biomedical sciences students completed 200+ hours of classes offered on campus.
The PCOM program is the first osteopathic general surgery residency in the country to gain status.
GA-PCOM students, faculty and staff are engaging in a wide variety of campus and community activities to promote the pharmacy profession.