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GayleMorgan

Shadowing in the North Dallas/DFW Area

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My name is Gayle Morgan. I am completing my final courses for a Biomedical Science degree and the remaining prerequisites for my PA program application. I am looking to shadow a PA locally, preferably in the mental health field. I am passionate about helping others through their most difficult times.

I have ten years of experience as a pharmacy technician, and am HIPAA certified. I have varying levels of experience in clinical and lab settings, including documenting assaults for a crime scene unit. I am very serious about my decision to pursue this as a career. 

If you are willing to allow me some time to observe a physician assistant in action, please email me at gayle.lynne.morgan@gmail.com or message me. I would really appreciate it! I am excited to gain more experience and insight into this field. 

 

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