Groundbreaking to be held for new PCOM campus in Moultrie

Groundbreaking to be held for new PCOM campus in Moultrie
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) released architectural renderings of the new campus in Moultrie. (Source: Sasaki, Inc.)
Developers said they wanted the 75,000 square foot building to emphasize the uniqueness of the school. (Source: Sasaki, Inc.)
Developers said they wanted the 75,000 square foot building to emphasize the uniqueness of the school. (Source: Sasaki, Inc.)
The facility is designed around natural light and includes a group study porch, an anatomy lab, classrooms and a café. (Source: Sasaki, Inc.)
The facility is designed around natural light and includes a group study porch, an anatomy lab, classrooms and a café. (Source: Sasaki, Inc.)

MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) released architectural renderings of the new campus in Moultrie.

Developers said they wanted the 75,000 square foot building to emphasize the uniqueness of the school.

The facility is designed around natural light and includes a group study porch, an anatomy lab, classrooms and a café.

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A groundbreaking ceremony for PCOM South Georgia is set for Thursday at 11 a.m.

It will be in the 2100 block of Tallokas Road near the intersection of Veterans Parkway.

Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and Deputy Commissioner for Rural Development Amy Carter will speak about health education and the impact it has on rural communities at the event.

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