How are Certified PAs Prepared and Proven?

Like physicians, Certified PAs are educated in the medical model. Then they pass a national certification exam and are licensed by state medical boards. PAs stay up-to-date through rigorous ongoing education and assessment requirements throughout their career.


 


 

 

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