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Vita: Nathan K. Scott, PA-C
Career Objective: Administer exceptional clinical care as a member of a team of medical professionals with similar goals. Seize opportunities for further professional challenges and career development.
Current Position October 2006-Current, I am currently employed at US Healthworks. As an Urgent Care Physician Assistant I treat a wide variety of acute and sub-acute conditions. I work under the supervision of Family Practice, Primary Care Physicians. October 2003-October-2006: Columbia Medical Associates, while employed with CMA I worked in various family practice clinics in the Spokane Region. My duties included performing history and physical exams, and performing other diagnostic, therapeutic and preventative services. In addition to these tasks, I also performed sclerotherapy, various procedures (including joint injections) and supervising non-invasive treadmills.
Education: Rocky Mountain College, Physician Assistant Program, Billings MT; Bachelor of Science Degree in Physician Assistant Studies: Aug 2003 Eastern Washington University, Bachelor of Science, Exercise Science; June 2000 Spokane Falls Community College, Associate of Arts; June 1998
Certifications: Board Certified Physician Assistant, Sept. 2003 Current License, Washington State
Professional Affiliations: Fellow, American Academy of Physician Assistants Fellow, Washington State Academy of Physician Assistants
Clinical/Professional Experience: Eight weeks with Dr. Lynn Kohlmeier with emphasis on endocrine disorders, i.e., diabetes, osteoporosis, and thyroid disease Five weeks with Dr Hough, Dr. Koeske, Dr. Hurley and, Carol Gahl, PA-C at Cheney Rockwood Clinic with emphasis on primary care medicine Two weeks with Dr. Steven Nisco in Cardio-thoracic surgery. Five weeks with Dr. Judy Marvin in women’s health. Five weeks with Michelle White, PhD in behavioral medicine with emphasis on Neuropsychology. Five weeks at the Downtown CHAS clinic with Julie Ponti, PA-C. Five weeks at the Valley Hospital and Medical Center Emergency Department. Five weeks Rockwood Orthopedics with Dr. Halvorson, and Michael Schucker, PA-C Ten weeks with Dr. Bradley Bale with emphasis on family practice and heart attack prevention.
(1999-2002) the Center for Physical and Sports Therapy: Physical Therapy Aide. Provide therapeutic modalities and exercise programs in accordance with prescribed protocol. (Spring, 2000) St. Lukes Rehabilitation: Undergraduate internship in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Monitor high risk cardiac patient’s exercise programs and provide education about living with cardiac conditions.
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