A LITTLE BIT
BIGGER FISH

John Betz, PA-C, is fond of espousing his formula for success as a physician assistant in rural Othello, Washington. "You don't do well in a small town if you're killing patients," he says. Such a statement might seem flip but, in fact, it represents the risks that Betz and other early PAs felt at the start of their profession. Arriving in this small rural agricultural town ...

EUGENE A. STEAD, JR.
& WILLIAM W. STEAD

This color photograph of Eugene A. Stead, Jr. and his son, William W. Stead was taken a long with other photograhs for a book edited by Barton Haynes titled A Way of Thinking, published in 1995. Bill Stead is a founder and leader in the field of biomedical informatics.

WHATCHA GOING TO DO:
GOING BACK

Showcases the work PA Joyce Nichols did in her rural North Carolina hometown community.

Estes, E. Harvey, Jr &
Mau, James C.

Interview conducted

February 20 & 22, 2007

Barry Cassidy,
PhD, PA-C

Barry A. Cassidy (August 1947 - ), PhD, PA-C, was born in Chicago, Illinois. His 35-year career as a physician assistant included clinicalpractice in family practice, emergency medicine, occupational medicine and thoracic and cardiovascular surgery.

ARTIFACTS
FROM EVERY ERA

The general museum collection maintained in this location includes medical equipment, photographs, posters, military uniforms, PA school patches, organization promotional pins, memorabilia from national meetings and other items of general interest.

The general museum collection maintained in this location includes medical equipment, photographs, posters, military uniforms, PA school patches, organization promotional pins, memorabilia from national meetings and other items of general interest.

MUSEUM COLLECTION

resources

EDUCATE YOURSELF

Library
Collections,
Books &
Serials

The Library's print holdings consist
of approximately 1,500 titles including
books, serials, reprints, dissertations,
and reports.

Know your nomenclature

All the abbreviations, acronyms and titles

The language of the profession has changed a lot over the past 35 years. Our resources ensure you understand the history of language as well as the common terms of today.

Exhibit by Lt Michael R. Muni, MPA,
MPH & Capt Robin Hunter- Buskey, PA-C

While deployed to Liberia in 2015 to work in the US Public Health's Monrovia Medical Unit/Ebola Treatment Unit (MMU ETU), Capt Robin Hunter Buskey,PA-C , met a courageous Liberian educated Physician Assistant, Alvin P. Davis.

As a PA working in the Good Will Clinic in the Flamah Community of Monrovia, Alvin contracted the Ebola virus in November 2014. Because he was a health care worker.

Physician Assistants
The World Over:
Alvin's Story