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More than 2,000 Georgia physician assistants are dedicated to ensuring patients across our state receive the personal attention they need from their medical care providers. As part of physician-directed teams, PAs offer increased patient accommodation. They make healthcare more accessible and take time to answer patients' questions and educate them on health issues. Since 1975, the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants has been dedicated to ensuring the professional achievement of Georgia's PAs by providing active representation, continuing medical education and opportunities for personal growth.


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Sad News - Passing of Wendy Paschal

We are saddened to hear of the recent passing of Wendy Paschal, office manager for the PA department at GRU. Below is the message received from social media:

"It is with much sadness that I tell you we have lost one of our CAHS family. Wendy Paschal, long-time Office Manager in the Physician Assistant Department, passed away Friday morning after an extended and valiant battle with cancer.

Wendy was held in the highest regard in her department and indeed throughout the college. Never letting her illness keep her from working at the highest level, Wendy daily supported her faculty and students with a fierce determination to help each and every one of them achieve success. Her presence will be deeply missed.

Memorial service will be noon on Saturday, February 1st, at Warren Baptist Church Sanctuary with visitation at 11am."

Our sincere condolences go out from GAPA to the family, friends and associates of this wonderful woman. 


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As reported by the Albany Herald (http://www.albanyherald.com)

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