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ATSU Departments: Physician Assistant

ATSU-ASHS alumnus retires from teaching in APA program

Elliott Charrow, MS, PA-C, ‘02, adjunct professor in the Advanced Physician Assistant (APA) program in A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS), announced his retirement after teaching Occupational Medicine and Family Medicine for […]

Alumna Perspective: “Lessons from a community health center”

By Sarah Murawski, PA, ’17 I started my clinical year worried that I wouldn’t know how to address treatment plans, and that patients would be able to sense my inexperience as a provider. I came […]

In addition to providing health assessments for the homeless, Dr. DiBaise (center) and her PA students implemented a smoking cessation program at a homeless rehabilitation facility in downtown Phoenix.

Caring for the forgotten

Homelessness is a major concern nationwide. On the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, the homeless population is estimated at 6,000.

Posted In: Profiles
August 4, 2017

ATSU provides free sports screenings for youth athletes

In April, A.T. Still University (ATSU) students, faculty, and staff provided free sports physicals to more than 1,400 high school student athletes in Glendale, Arizona through a partnership with Team of Physicians for Students (TOPS). […]

ATSU-ASHS PA alumni and students gather at the AAPA conference in Las Vegas

Alumni and students gathering during 2017 AAPA Conference

Alumni and students from A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) online and residential physician assistant (PA) programs gathered for a reception in Las Vegas during the 2017 American Academy of Physician Assistants Conference in May to hear […]

Posted In: Arizona Campus, ASHS, Events
June 15, 2017