The clinical year of your PA education involves direct-patient care in a myriad of clinical settings and scenarios. The clinical year is your time to take the information you learned during the didactic year and put it to practice in a controlled and supervised environment. During this time, preceptors will expect you to function at or near the level of a practicing Physician Assistant.

Below are articles about the clinical year of PA school:

Clinical Rotation Survival Guides:

Family Medicine
Internal Medicine
Women’s Health (OB/GYN)
Behavioral Health
Emergency Medicine
General Surgery

Elective Rotations:

Trauma Surgery
Urgent Care

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