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Members of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (center) for PA Day 2017.

 


 

Members of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (center) for PA Day 2016.

 


 

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Members of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (center) for PA Day, March 4, 2015.


 

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Members of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants look on as Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (center) proclaims October 6-12 as PA Week in Georgia. (2013)

 


 

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The Georgia Association of Physician Assistants (GAPA) is encouraging all Georgians to “Get Fit with GAPA”. Fight the obesity epidemic with tools and opportunities that promote healthy eating programs and fun outdoor activities to help burn calories and build muscles!


 

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Members of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants look on as Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (center) proclaims October 6-12 as PA Week in Georgia on September 26, 2012.


 

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Each year GAPA offers scholarship opportunities to physician assistant students of ARC-PA accredited programs.


 

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Several members of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants looked on as Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue (center) proclaims October 6-12 as PA Week in Georgia on September 28, 2010.


 

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On Wednesday, September 26, 2007, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue (seated) signed a proclamation proclaiming October 6-12 as PA Week in Georgia. Georgia Association of Physician Assistants members and staff pictured are (l-r) Mercer Univ. PA Dir. Bradford Schwarz, Lynne Awtry, Harris Patel, Carol Paul, GAPA President Ben Taylor, Jackie Lowe, Mercer Univ. Lori Gaylor, Nadja Button, Mercer Univ. Patricia Kelly, GAPA President Elect Tina Hood, Jim Gordon, Jennifer Wood, Bob Philpot, Dr. Leon Haley, Tom Bauer, GAPA Exec. Dir. Charles Dillehay.


 

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The majority of the damage done to skin is before a person is 18 years old. Courtesy of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants.

 

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