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Professional Licensure Information

The Misericordia University Physician Assistant Program satisfies the academic requirements for licensure and NCCPA certification credentials set forth by the State of Pennsylvania. Requirements for licensure and/or advanced practice certification/endorsement eligibility vary from one profession to another and from state to state. For students who wish to practice in a state other than Pennsylvania, please review the following national site that contains state board directories https://www.nccpa.net/StateBoards.

Physician Assistant Facilities

Misericordia University has a 7,575 square foot, custom designed Physician Assistant educational facility within the Trocaire Building on its main campus. The Chair of the Department of Physician Assistant Studies and PA program faculty have been directly involved in the design of the new educational area. Key features of this space include a dedicated Physician Assistant didactic year classroom, an open-floor-plan physical assessment and procedural skills lab with eleven examination areas, four private physical examination rooms which may be used for refining examination skills or objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs), a PA student study area, and private offices for all PA program faculty and staff.

A high level, state-of-the-art, new cadaver lab will open Fall 2020 in the new Frank M. and Dorothea Henry Science Center, immediately adjacent to the Trocaire building.   Our Anatomy professor, Anthony Serino, Ph.D., comes to our program with many years of experience in providing anatomy instruction within graduate medical education programs. The lab offers multiple full cadaver stations, allowing for direct participation by each PA student.

Watch a video tour highlighting facilities of the Physician Assistant Program

Equipment and Instructional Resources

The following equipment has been or will be purchased to support the educational activities of the Misericordia University Physician Assistant Program: