The mission of the UAMS Physician Assistant Program is to educate students who will practice patient-centered medicine while embracing cultural diversity, ethical integrity, professionalism and collaboration with other members of the health care team. The program fosters lifelong learning through emphasis on critical thinking, clinical application of knowledge and evidence-based medicine. Through innovative educational practices, the students will be prepared to enter into any discipline of medicine with the ability to serve any community and contribute to the profession through leadership, education, and service.
Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Time: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Place: I. Dodd Wilson Building, Lecture Hall 226
Open to Students Interested in Applying to the Physician Assistant Program
For more information, call 501-686-7211
RSVP by sending email to PAProgram@uams.edu
PowerPoint Presentation of PA Program by Program Director, Dr. Patricia J Kelly followed by a Question-and-Answer Session
The CASPA Application Cycle is now open. The UAMS Physician Assistant Studies Program requires that the CASPA application and the UAMS Supplemental application both be completed. The Supplemental Application must be submitted on or before December 1, 2014 and the CASPA application must be submitted and verified by CASPA on or before December 1, 2014.
Follow the links listed below to access the applications:
- New Position Open: Department of Physician Assistant Studies – Associate Director
- New Position Open: Department of Physician Assistant Studies – Faculty Positions
The Physician Assistant National Certification Examination (PANCE) will be taken by the first cohort of physician assistant students in the fall of 2015. Class average of the PANCE scores for this graduating class will be posted here.
Please click on the About Arkansas PA.com logo below to find more information about the Physician Assistant profession and education in Arkansas.