Mount Sinai Hospital System 2010-Current
Physician Associate Supervisor, Clinical Manager
Specialized in Urogynecology/Gynecology and Women's Health
Responsible for implementing and maintaining clinical standards for providers and staff.
Lead Manager for Gynecologic Ambulatory Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners
Member Quality Improvement Committee- System OB/GYN Department
Project Samaritan Health Services 2008-2010
Internal Medicine and Women's Health
HOPE Center and Saint John's Riverside Hospital 2006-2008
Internal Medicine, HIV/AIDS, and Infectious Disease
Created and leading the Physician Assistant Council for Mount Sinai Health System- establishing leadership, community, CME and opportunity for all PAs in the Mount Sinai Health System.
CME Speaking Engagements: Presented at NYSSPA Annual CME Conference, Colorectal Conference for Mount Sinai, NY Public Health LIVE!, and American Academy of Professional Coders
Participating in Support Groups throughout the community, educating on Women's Health, Incontinence, and Menopause
NYSSPA and AAPA Member
Duquesne University- Bachelor's Health Science, Minor Biology
Graduated Magna Cum Laude; President's and Provost Scholarship
Duquesne University- Masters Physician Assistant.
Rangos School of Health Science Physician Assistant Student of the Year.
As a candidate for House of Delegates, I would like to bring my wide ranging professional experience and education to the table. Not only am I an accomplished PA, but have a specialized knowledge in how Physician Assistants (PAs) mold into the current health care system and politics. My major motivations would be to ensure all PAs can practice within their means, and can work as well-respected healthcare professionals in all types of practices. PAs can range from working with one single provider to working with large healthcare conglomerates. This can bring disparities, as no PA is practicing the same way, but all PAs should have the rights and protections to work as equals to each other. This also shows that no PA receives the same CME opportunities, time protection for administrative purposes and education, and growth opportunities within their practices. I would like to support all PAs in the country and state, by creating visible and transparent initiatives that allow PAs to feel protected, understood, and ultimately flourish in their own independent professions. I would like to enhace how PAs can have access to NYSSPA and AAPA, and the support and knowledge that can received from these professional organizations.