The University of Charleston Physician Assistant Program began with the matriculation of its first class in January 2013. Those who successfully complete the program will be awarded a Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) degree.
Due to scheduling conflicts and unforeseen circumstances, the UC PA CME conference scheduled in October 2019 has been cancelled.
Erin Jones, class of 2018, examining a patient during a mission trip to Haiti. She, and 8 of her classmates, traveled to Haiti in August 2017 to provide medical care in a remote area. During this trip, students and two UC PA faculty were able to provide services to 250 Haitians.
The University of Charleston Physician Assistant Program is designed to train outstanding physician assistant clinicians who are compassionate, patient-centered providers. Our program is unique in its emphasizing a holistic approach, teamwork and collaboration among students, integration of specialty modules, and more:
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