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Physician Assistant student is where she wants to be — Upstate

Katie Bubnack is among a growing number of graduate students looking to fill New York State’s health care provider gap. She’s a student in Upstate’s Physician Assistant master’s degree program, and will graduate in 2014. “There is a shortage of … Continue reading

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Diverse backgrounds common in Upstate’s PA program

The 34 students in Upstate’s Class of 2014 Physician Assistant program come from such diverse backgrounds, it’s hard to say who’s a “traditional” or “non-traditional” student. Their resumes include: Army medic, nurse, figure skating coach, physician, medical technologist, surgical technician, … Continue reading

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New College of Health Professions guide makes the rounds

The beginning of the school year also marks the start of a busy season for college admissions personnel, who visit high schools and community colleges in the region and staff booths at college fairs. Students, parents and guidance counselors can … Continue reading

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PA student’s path: From the U.S. Army to Upstate

Upstate student Arthur Haughey’s interest in medicine started in the Army. Haughey, Physician Assistant program Class of 2012, broke his ankle during training at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. He appreciated how he was treated by the Army medical staff, … Continue reading

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