PhilaU PA Program Helps Fill the Need for Healthcare Providers in NJ: Star-Ledger

Philadelphia University’s Physician Assistant Studies Program in New Jersey is helping to fill the need for healthcare professionals in the state, The Star-Ledger reported Sept. 16. This is the second year of the Atlantic City-based program, which follows the same curriculum as the highly regarded program on PhilaU’s main campus.

“I think there is an attraction to be a PA rather than a doctor because the amount of school you need is less, and most people, at the end of the day, want to take care of patients,” said Jesse Coale, director of PhilaU’s PA program.

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