Physician Assistant Plays Pivotal Role in Military Medicine

The role of the physician assistant has grown in various ways throughout the medical community in recent years. That is also the case in military medicine as PA's treat soliders, sailors, airmen, and Marines in a wide variety of roles throughout the ranks.

The role of the physician assistant has grown in various ways throughout the medical community in recent years. That is also the case in military medicine as PA's treat soliders, sailors, airmen, and Marines in a wide variety of roles throughout the ranks.

Capt. Nathan Rocha from the 87th Medical Group at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst discussed his role in patient care and how he went from working in oils and lubrication in the Air Force to working with a new group of colleagues including helping those whose main role is ordnance control.

The role of the physician assistant has grown in various ways throughout the medical community in recent years. That is also the case in military medicine as PA's treat soliders, sailors, airmen, and Marines in a wide variety of roles throughout the ranks.