Demand for Physician Assistants is soaring: the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 31% growth through 2028, with six-figure average annual earnings. But it’s critical to choose the right program that prepares you for a rapidly-changing health care world.
Judge for yourself:
According to repeated employer feedback, Nova Southeastern University graduates are top-notch Physician Assistants. Survey after survey reveals top patient care ratings by supervising physicians, clinics and hospitals.
You’ll learn from highly-accomplished physician assistants and physicians, all eager to share their wealth of career experience. Several have also had medical school academic appointments.
Your fellow NSU Sharks continue to make big waves in the PA profession: building influential connections throughout the medical field; leading PA programs; holding senior-level roles at the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants (FAPA) and American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). Ready to join them?
While all Anesthesiologist Assistant (AA) programs strive to prepare you for board certification and practice, only Nova Southeastern University (NSU) AA programs rise above the rest as national standouts. Here’s how to become an Anesthesiologist Assistant with the added expertise and confidence to stand out amongst your peers:
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