Geisinger News Releases
Medical Education Certificate Course (MECC) graduates second cohort of scholars
MECC on May 2 graduated a second class of MECC scholars.
25th Annual Resident and Fellow Scholarship Days at Geisinger
Scholarship Days celebrated April 30, May 1 and 2, 2019.
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine graduates seventh MD class, 10th MBS class
Commencement held Sunday, May 5
Public Media to offer free screening of acclaimed documentary on mental health at Geisinger Commonwealth
"God Knows Where I Am" film will be accompanied by community conversation on mental health, homelessness
"Let’s Talk About Change: Prescription Affordability" event to be held at Geisinger Commonwealth
The student leaders of the Primary Care Progress chapter at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM) invite the community to gather at the school on Saturday, May 11 to discuss prescription drug affordability with healthcare providers and other community members.
Geisinger Commonwealth announces winners of 2019 Robert W. Froberger and Walter D. Gemmill teaching awards
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine announced the winners of the 2019 Robert W. Froberger and Walter D. Gemmill teaching awards at Geisinger Medical Center (GMC).
Geisinger Commonwealth medical students present at 2019 Technology Education Research Symposium
Two third-year medical students at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM) were selected to be featured presenters at the 2019 Technology Education Research Symposium held on April 13 at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Geisinger Commonwealth to offer MBS degree program online
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine’s School of Graduate Education will soon offer a new way for students to earn their master of biomedical sciences (MBS) degree.
Geisinger Commonwealth launches Professional Science Master’s degree program
21-month training program prepares students for careers in biomedical research
Katie Foundation makes donation to Geisinger Commonwealth's Behavioral Health Initiative
Gift will be used to teach community members to identify people at risk for depression, anxiety, suicide and substance abuse