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Okay, so I've been doing some research on Physician Assistants and PA schools and different routes to go about doing so. When I first applied to college I was a nursing major but changed it to Gen Ed because I thought I wanted to go into education, but nursing/medical field has stayed on my mind as I was pretty well set on becoming a nurse. I'm still in my first semester at a community college (I was going to complete my first year at community college and then transfer to a 4-year university) so it wouldn't be too hard to change my major; I've only taken the basic classes, i.e math, English,
Hello I am a recent graduate from the University of South Carolina in Biology. It has always been a dream of mine to become a surgical PA. I am diligently working to acquire that dream. All my courses are completed through being a Biology major and I will be certified as a CNA soon for the required direct patient care hours. I currently work with the University of South Carolina in the center for colon cancer research. Because of this I am very well aware of HIPAA laws and guidlines for patient confidentiality. Because of this act finding a PA to shadow and develop a relationship with to