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Did not see this school on the list for pennsylvania.  Probably because it is a new school about to start its second year.  And I can proudly say that I will be matriculating in May 2015.  For those of you who aren't familiar, Hershey Medical Center is a state of the art Magnet hospital in Hershey, PA.  The college of medicine there is top knotch, and it has attained provisional accredidation for their PA program.  I have no doubt that they will be upgraded to full accrediation.


If you are interested, I am starting a blog about my experiences at Penn State.  It is intended for interested pre-PA students.  When I was first thinking about becoming a PA, I was helped by a fellow blogger, so I want to give back.


Check it out:



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