The 47 students entering their final year of the master’s degree physician assistant studies program at King’s College recently began their clinical rotations, many with local health care practitioners. A twelve-week rotation in family medicine and separate six-week rotations in medical specialties including emergency medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, and general surgery will conclude with their graduation from the program in August 2015.
Pictured in first row, from left, is Carissa Sarlo, Nicole Caccese, Jenni Lynn Lisiewski, Sheila Jones, John Paolini, Melissa Cicconi, and Danielle Brenizer.
Pictured in second row, from left, is Teri Lynn Scatena, Kathryn Phillips, Morgan Smyth, Priyanka Bahl, Megan Amey, Kevin McNavage, Devon Woolfolk, and Samela Mariano.
Pictured in third row, from left, is Courtlynn Pulcini, Nicole Munley, Candace Fegley, Chelsea Hamershock, Beth Ann Grega, Katelyn Williams, Ashley Sugalski, Shannon Tucker, and Kayla Preisler.
Pictured in fourth row, from left, is Michelle Carey, Abigail Brenkach, Kade Sorensen, Tyler Guadagnino, Casey Overfield, John Grimes, Kelly Klaproth, Kyle Woolfolk, Samantha Shelton, and Dana Newman.
Pictured in fifth row, from left, is Brittany Slattery, Gianna Cordasco, Jill O’Malley, Rachel Kindred, Erika Baranowski, Hilla Davidi, Amanda Horton, Courtney McNulty, Samantha Meilands, Michelle Schmid, and Jesse Balls.
Pictured in last row, from left, is Jocelyn Hook, associate clinical professor in the physician assistant studies program and clinical coordinator; Catherine D’Elia, and Lea Riviecco.
King’s College is a Catholic College sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.