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ATTR 110: Physician Assistant
Transcript of ATTR 110: Physician Assistant
Challenges and Opportunities
What is a PA?
A medical professional who works as part of a team with a doctor.
A PA is a graduate of an accredited program and gains license to practice under the supervision of a physician/
What do Physician Assistants do?
Perform Physical Examinations
Diagnose and Treat Illnesses
Order and Interpret Lab Tests
Assist in Surgery
Provide Patient Education
Perform Other Duties Assigned by Physician
Brief History of Physician Assistants
Physician Assistants Today
How Do I Become A Physician Assistant?
Complete an Undergraduate Degree and meet all the required pre-requisites. These typically include:
-Organic Chem 1 and 2
-Two Upper Level Biology Courses
Take The GRE
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Three Letters of Recommendation
Preference Given to Indiana Residents
Health Care Experience-Not Required, but highly encouraged!
Enjoy PA School
Typically 27 month program (12 months) of didactic and clinical work.
Take the PANCE, get licensed and practice
$475 to take the exam
Offerred year round, except near winter holidays
Indiana State University Requirements
National 1st Time Pass Rate: 93%
Where do PAs Work?
Perspectives from Physician Assistants