When it comes to discussing the differences between physician assistants (PAs) and physicians, there is no one better to address the issues than someone who has trained and worked in both professions. Christin Giordano MD was a PA before deciding to return to medical school to become a physician. She has since completed residency training and a fellowship to become a nephrologist. We are also joined by Elizabeth Ennis, PA-C, a former classmate of Dr. Giordano, who is currently practicing in California. Together, we discuss the state of the PA profession, including the proposed name change from ‘physician assistant’ to ‘physician associate’ and independent practice for PAs.
By PPP Admin|2021-08-16T15:14:20-04:00August 16th, 2021|Patients at Risk|0 Comments
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