The Medical College of Georgia, also known as MCG, was established in 1828, and is located in Augusta, Georgia. MCG was ranked among "America's Best Hospitals" in the US News & World Report of 2004. Various bachelor's, master's and doctoral level degrees are awarded by MCG. Apart from these, certification courses are also offered by the institution. In addition, professional courses like Doctor of Dental Medicine and Doctor of Medicine are also available. The university is divided into the following five schools:
The Medical College of Georgia boasts of a virtually endless list of notable alumni which includes personalities such as Phil Gingrey, American obstetrician and a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives; Hervey M. Cleckley, American psychiatrist; and Isaac S. Hopkins, former professor and first President of Georgia Tech.
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