King’s Physician Assistant Studies Program Host Interprofessional Education Day for Sophomore Students

King’s Physician Assistant Studies Program Host Interprofessional Education Day for Sophomore Students

For Immediate Release
Further Information: Contact Joseph Giomboni
Public Relations Office, (570) 208-5958

The King’s College Physician Assistant Studies department recently hosted an Interprofessional Education Day for sophomore students enrolled in a new course that will result in summer internships for the students with Geisinger Health System.

The goal of the day was for sophomores enrolled in the pre-professional phase of the King’s Physician Assistant Studies program to interact with representatives of local health care organizations and senior students from local college health related programs.

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Pictured are representatives who spoke with the sophomore students.  Pictured seated, from left, is Colleen Noga, Misericordia University’s Occupational Therapy Program; Amanda Tomaselli, Misericordia University’s Speech and Language Pathology Program; Shawn Bookwalter, Wilkes University’s Pharmacy Program; Mehul Patel, Resident from the Wright Center for Graduate Medical; and Michael J. Smith, MS, Advanced Practice Academic Liaison with Geisinger Health System. Pictured standing, from left, is Mary Lewis, Misericordia University’s Occupational Therapy Program; Cassandra Foy, Misericordia University’s Speech and Language Pathology Program; Carrisa Wells, King’s College’s Physician Assistant Studies; Sara Ciarlo; King’s College’s Physician Assistant Studies; Carly Elston, Commonwealth Medical College; Justine Samanas MSPAS,PA-C, Assistant Clinical Professor, King’s Physician Assistant Studies program; and Diana Easton, MPAS, PA-C, Program Director King’s College Physician Assistant Studies department.

Pictured are representatives who spoke with the sophomore students.  Pictured seated, from left, is Colleen Noga, Misericordia University’s Occupational Therapy Program; Amanda Tomaselli, Misericordia University’s Speech and Language Pathology Program; Shawn Bookwalter, Wilkes University’s Pharmacy Program; Mehul Patel, Resident from the Wright Center for Graduate Medical; and Michael J. Smith, MS, Advanced Practice Academic Liaisonwith Geisinger Health System.

Pictured standing, from left, is Mary Lewis, Misericordia University’s Occupational Therapy Program; Cassandra Foy, Misericordia University’s Speech and Language Pathology Program; Carrisa Wells, King’s College’s Physician Assistant Studies; Sara Ciarlo; King’s College’s Physician Assistant Studies; Carly Elston, Commonwealth Medical College; Justine Samanas MSPAS,PA-C, Assistant Clinical Professor, King’s Physician Assistant Studies program; and Diana Easton, MPAS, PA-C, Program Director King’s College Physician Assistant Studies department.

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