Gregory Blackman smiles at the camera
The idea that you are here with other graduate students but also other health professionals on a campus of your own has a special way of fostering interprofessional work and development.
Physician Assistant (M.S.)
Morgan Dube stands smiling. She is holding her stethoscope around her neck
The interprofessional opportunities at UNE are definitely my favorite part of the PA program.
Physician Assistant (M.S.)
Headshot of Mike Lambrecht
We learned how to do a full physical exam within the first two semesters of the program.
Physician Assistant (M.S.)
Sarah Porter
UNE’s program is so strong because we come from a wide variety of backgrounds and balance each other out. I love that we all have different strengths and can learn so much from one another.
Physician Assistant (M.S.)
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My rural clinical rotations have been important to my professional development because they have taught me to be an economical and resourceful provider.
Physician Assistant (M.S.)

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