Students at Central Gwinnett High School are getting a firsthand view of relevant social issues through medical topics like brain health, sexual health and healthy living.
They received on Friday the first of multiple visits this school year from 25 students from the Georgia campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Suwanee. The juniors began the second semester of a Health Career Academy program at the school for those interested in the health care field as a career. The curriculum is designed by Main Line Health, a network of hospitals and clinics around Philadelphia. Learn more from Gwinnett Daily Post.