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Danielle Anderson, PA-C, ATC


“My primary task is to make my patients feel comfortable, both physically and emotionally. I want them to know that they are really heard. When we have established a bond of trust, then we can effectively work together on their medical issues.”


Kristin Burden, PA-C

Kristin Burden, PA-C

“I genuinely enjoy helping others, and being a physician assistant allows me to do that. I hope that my patients feel comfortable with me and know that they can share their concerns with me—big or small.”


Scott H. Dorn, PA-C, MMS, MSc

Scott Dorn, PA-C

“My draw toward working with seniors is personal, and when I’m around older patients, I just feel at ease. I’m passionate about giving seniors the care they need, and being around them puts me in a comfort zone that’s full of joy and clarity.”


Karina Gebhart, MMS, PA-C


"I truly enjoy spending time with my patients, addressing their questions and helping them understand what's going on. I feel really lucky to be doing this work."


Galin Hartsuiker, PA-C


“I like caring for people, especially children and elderly people. As a physician assistant, I get to spend time with my patients to really listen; I give them time and let them get everything that’s troubling them off their chests.”


Megan Igel, PA-C, MPAS


“There isn't one right way to practice geriatric medicine; rather, it's what's right for each individual person and their family members on any given day. I like to empower my patients to guide their own medical ca”


Kris Latal, PA-C


"There are such advantages to working in a team. You’re exposed to more styles, different ways of approaching a problem. There is never simply one right answer. We always have a backup; someone to bounce a question off of. And the patients benefit from our collaboration.”


Shannon Lee, PA-C, MPAS, MS

Shannon Lee, PA-C, MPAS, MS

“It’s important for me to really listen, to take the time and get to know patients. I want to be the logical and compassionate voice guiding patients and their families toward the best decisions for themselves and their quality of life.”


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