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Students earn physician assistant masterÔ??s degrees

February 16. 2013 11:27PM

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Thirty-eight students recently completed the physician assistant studies master's degree program at King's College and received their degrees at the annual summer commencement ceremonies. The students in this class had an average GPA of 3.71 and spent almost 90,000 hours seeing patients during their clinical rotations of the professional phase of the program. Upon successful completion of the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam, graduates can practice in almost any field of medicine. Graduates, from left, first row, are Kaitlyn Hefferan, Audrey Reighard, Kimberly Kleinberger, Chelsea Keehfuss, Anna Domday, Katie Sopp, Jamie Woolfolk and Jessica Sekelski. Second row: Elyssa Nieddu, Carly Morcom, Ashley Keramas, Adraine Cimino, Colleen Hoeg, Christine Cowell, Shannon Hoffman, Sara Hunter and Laura Provenzano. Third row: Nicole Fonos, Jenna Schappell, Sarah Cordani, Lindsay Smith, Megan Yetter, Chelsey Spadt, Jacquelyne Dalczynski and Victoria Posatko. Fourth row: Colleen Lizewski, Brendan Hartman, Kristen Piazza, Theodore Siskovich, Jillian Tallarico and Daniel Carducci. Fifth row: Michael Dana, Megan Devine, Zachary Leonard, Julie Edwards, Allison Pamlayne and Andrew Hunadi. Jennifer Posner also received a degree.

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