Pharmacy students ready to call Albany home
The University of Georgia opened up and began orientation of it's Southwest Georgia Clinical Campus Monday.
The new campus lends itself to students that want to pursue a career in pharmaceuticals, and more specifically, in Southwest Georgia.
"It's a chance to really give back, to those people that got you where you are today, through medicine and expertise," said third-year student Josh Breeden.
Officials tried to make sure each student using the Albany-based clinic were from the area, and could learn from the medical experts at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.