Marywood University's Physician Assistant's program was recently awarded $704,000, secured as part of the Affordable Care Act's "Expansion of Physician Assistant Training Program" (EPAT). One of only 40 programs to be granted nationwide, Marywood University's Physician Assistant's Program, will receive funding from HRSA to establish scholarships awarded over a four-year period aimed at increasing the number of primary care physician assistants within our communities, allowing for more affordable health care to both the uninsured and the under-insured.
For more information, please contact Karen Arsoctt, D.O., Physician Assistant Program Director, at (570) 348-6298.
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Members of Marywood University's Physician Assistant Program:
Lori Swanchak, Ph.D., PA-C; Karen Arscott, D.O., Program Director; Linda Hunter, Clinical Instructor, MPAS, PA-C; Lisa Mattei, Clinical Instructor, MPAS, PA-C; Stanley Blondek, M.D., FAAP, Medical Director; Marie Bonavoglia, Academic Coordinator, MPAS, PA-C.
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