PCOM Georgia is a campus designed with student learning, cutting- edge instructional technology and social interaction at the forefront. PCOM –GA occupies 23 acres in the northern Atlanta suburb of Suwanee, which has been featured on Kiplinger and Money magazines’ best cities lists.
The campus facility is uniquely and conveniently housed in a modern 172,500- square foot building. Its design includes two architectural main focal points that take advantage of natural light through the use of skylights and partitions. In 2011 PCOM acquired an adjacent building at 2601 Northlake Drive, and this 22,000 square foot facility now houses academic support staff and the Physician Assistant Program.
In addition to large and small classrooms, conference areas and study spaces, Georgia Campus instructional space includes a large anatomy laboratory, the osteopathic manipulative medicine teaching laboratory and the clinical learning and assessment center. The facility also houses biomedical science and pharmacy research and multi-use laboratories, three pharmacy practice labs and an osteopathic manipulative patient care unit.
Open circulation areas facilitate social interaction and ease of access to student services, learning resources and instructional spaces. Student life services also include a central dining area, student lounge, game room and fitness facility. A central feature of the PCOM- GA campus is the Information Commons, where students have access to both print and electronic media.
PCOM-Georgia's facility offers state-of-the-art technology to enhance learning experiences for students. The campus emphasizes substantial use of computer technology that includes a wireless network, digital video and distance learning capability, digital medical and pharmaceutical libraries, and many databases for research and review.