Kendall Hall

Hometown: San Ramon, California which is in the East Bay Area. Undergrad: Applied Health (basically biology) degree from Azusa Pacific University. Before starting PA school. Patient care...

“You never know until you try”

Morgan A. Logan PA-s, Class of 2023 OHSU School of Medicine NHSC Scholar Hometown: Charlotte, North Carolina Undergrad: East Carolina University (ECU), BS Public Health Experience: birth...

“You can’t be what you can’t see”

Kristina Stephenson PA-s, Class of 2023 OHSU School of Medicine Grew up in San Jose, Calif. Attended Santa Clara University Hope to practice: Emergency Medicine or Cardiology Prior...

Kiva Stevens, PA-S1

Name Kiva Stevens Hometown I moved many times growing up around Western Washington, but Bellingham feels like my hometown. Undergraduate School and Degree Western Washington University in...

Yela Carey, PA-SI

Name Yela Carey Hometown Sequim, Wash., pronounced  "SEE-quim" Undergraduate School and Degree George Fox University, BA in Social and Behavioral Studies Patient Care Experience CNA in the...

Maggie Judd, PA-S1

Name Maggie Judd Hometown Portland, Ore. Undergrad University of Portland Class of 2014, BS in Biochemistry Prior Healthcare Experience Clinic assistant and phlebotomist at ZoomCare....

Michael St. Amand, PA-S1

Hometown Santa Clarita, CA Undergraduate School and degree Cal Poly SLO where I received a Bachelor’s in Biological Sciences What you did for patient care experience Medical assistant in...

Rebecca Walker, PA-S1

Hometown: Sacramento, CA Undergraduate school and degree: University of Oregon, Human Physiology Patient care experience: MA and phlebotomist at Zoom+Care. Favorite place in Portland: My...

First lessons from a PA clinical year

By Morgan Marin, PA Class of 2020 The clinical year of the physician assistant program is a collection of stories—the experiences and lives of patients—through which we, as students, learn...

A surprisingly pleasant IPE experience

By Francisco (Frank) Pena, PA student “Interprofessional Education, what’s that?” “Don’t they understand I have enough on my plate trying to learn medicine?” These questions crossed...