Want to learn how a physician assistant can partner with you in healthcare? Watch the following video from NCCPA's President/CEO, Dawn Morton-Rias, Ed.D, PA-C
Want to know where certified PAs are practicing, what clinical settings and practice areas they are practicing in, their education level? Can they help you? Then check out the 2014 Statistical Profile on Certified PAs - An Annual Report of the NCCPA.
New! A recent NCCPA survey shows:
- the #1 consumer concern is access to good, affordable health care.
- over 50 percent of consumers believe there are not enough physicians to provide care.
- over 94% of survey respondents are willing to see a PA.
See more results of this survey.
Certified physician assistants (PAs) are health care providers who fill critical roles in today’s health care system. They practice medicine with physicians and other healthcare professionals in every state, specialty and setting to deliver high quality health care to patients like you.
By extending the reach of doctors, certified PAs make health care more affordable and accessible, giving you confidence that your family is getting the care they deserve. To read more about certified PAs, download our brochure or continue reading below.
Read how doctors and PAs work together
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