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    is very important to pick a career right for you. If you don't pick a career that best suits you, you may be spending half your life and half your energy stuck in the wrong place, doing something boring. This could affect both your professional and personal life. One of the most important aspects of picking a career is wondering if it will make you happy, because your are likely going to have to do it for a long time. It's all about what what makes you happy, whether it's being alone, working with others, or helping other people. A physician assistant, also…

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    The career of a Physician Assistant (PA) can be both rewarding and a challenge. The field of medicine is ever evolving, requiring physicians and healthcare facilities to rely on more mid-level practitioners, such as PAs, to be able to meet the demands of health care and wellness, while maintaining the quality of care. Working with a supervising physician and other team members in the health care industry, a PA’s role bridges the gap between clinical staff and the provider. As a mid-level…

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    Career in Physician Assistant Physician Assistants , also recognized as PA’s , are similar to physicians or surgeons who supervise them in the practice of medicine . They are provide treatment , examine patients, diagnose illnesses and injuries, order and carry-out patients, prescribe medication, record progress,take medical histories, and assist with any other task that a physician does. This careers has a lot to do with medicine and that field consist of hospitals, emergency clinics, and…

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    I always replied, "I will be a Doctor and help to heal the sick". I truly believed that. In fact, my determination and drive towards this career path, lead me to easily choose to specialize in the Science Research field at High School for Health Professions and Human Services. This is where I was first introduced to the medical environment and experienced the excitement of it all while engaged in a ten-week high school program at Weill Cornell Medical School. I reveled in this opportunity and…

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    nutrients and transfers them to the bloodstream, to be carried throughout the body with each heartbeat. These nutrients and blood cells are ultimately carried back to the femur to nourish and oxygenate its cells. Just like each organ contributes its products and processes to maintain homeostasis, the experiences preparing me to be a physician assistant are distinct, yet intertwined. My sales career, experiences in motherhood, and…

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    I had already become familiar with the dedication and tasks necessary to become a doctor and I was not interested in that type of lifestyle so physician’s assistant was the next best thing for me. A physician assistants job is designed to become familiar with the patient and their medical history. They ask questions, perform medical examinations, and prepare the patients for any further processes regarding their health. A physician assistant works alongside doctors and helps them perform their…

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    view of medicine and sparked my interest in becoming a Physician Assistant (PA) with a desire to help underserved communities, specifically the Latino community. From being a child to current day, I served as a translator for my mother whenever we had doctor visits. My mother would strive to search for providers who spoke Spanish; she felt more at ease when discussing her medical issues with a provider who spoke the same language as her. Throughout my medical experience, I have seen this issue…

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    progression of the physician assistant profession has been no exception. The history of the physician assistant occupation denotes the importance of its position in healthcare. Prior to the first formal education received by future physician assistants in 1965-1967, by Eugene A Stead, Jr., Dr. Amos Johnson and his proprietary trained assistant Henry Treadwell, became a model for Stead’s first class of PA students. The Johnson/Treadwell model represented, present, on the job training for…

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    For my code of ethics, I chose to research the physician assistant profession, which will be my career after graduation. Throughout my research, I found that there are several significant concepts that are covered in the Professional Code of Ethics for physician assistants as well as any healthcare providers. Prior to performing any research, I knew some of the ethic concerns and codes of ethics associated with my major, but I was aware of all of them. Some of the important most important…

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    day. I have long been interested in medicine, but did not learn of the Physician Assistant profession until later in my sophomore year of college. After researching and speaking to various Physician Assistants, I came across an opportunity to volunteer at Mercy Health Center of Athens. As a liaison of this free clinic…

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