Kailey Redding PA-S Kailey Redding, PA-S

My first clinical rotation was primary care in rural North Carolina. One of the first patients I saw on my own was an older man with diabetes whose wife had accompanied him to his appointment. They were both in the room when I told him his A1C had come down to his goal and congratulated him on finally controlling his blood sugar. His wife expressed some jealousy that she wasn’t having as much ease controlling her own blood sugar. At the end of the appointment she said to me, “so… will you still be here in September?

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Talor Kovarik PA-S Taylor Kovarik PA-S

One thing not on my checklist of items to bring to Durham for the Duke Physician Assistant Program was camping equipment. After hearing endless stories of how I would never have time to do anything fun while in school, I found myself shopping for a tent less than six weeks into the didactic year.

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Anna Stephenson PA-S Anna Stephenson PA-S

Each Student is Unique – A Path to PA School

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Adaugo Iwuala PA-S

Being a Duke Physician Assistant Program student is such a blessing to me. Sometimes I am still in awe about the fact that I get to study medicine at such an amazing program! The first semester was a whirlwind, but I’ve done some reflecting on some of the biggest lessons I have learned along the way.

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Isha Amin PA-S

A little over a year ago, I was walking circles around a beautiful brick-walled building on a corner in downtown Durham, North Carolina, seizing the moment. I was at the Duke Physician Assistant Program!

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