As a valuable member of a health care team, you can be part of a collaborative approach to patient-centered care that enhances treatment plans and can improve outcomes.
Our 28 month, coeducational program, which enrolled its inaugural cohort in Jan. 2017, will provide you with a solid foundation and prepare you with the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a changing and evolving health care environment. Please contact us at 860.231.5420 or [email protected] with questions.
Please Note: As of October 1, 2017, the 2017/2018 admission cycle will close for the USJ PA Studies Class of 2020. We will begin accepting applications for the 2018/2019 application cycle when CASPA opens at the end of April 2018. More information about our Admissions process can be found here.
The Physician Assistant Studies comprehensive curriculum allows PAs the flexibility to practice in many types of medicine.
With the increasing demand for health care services and strong emphasis on preventive care, PAs are ideally suited to provide services in a broad spectrum of settings, such as:
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