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Paul Fitzpatrick, PA-C

Paul Fitzpatrick, PA-C
Paul Fitzpatrick, PA-C

Education:

  • Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston MA
    Masters of Physician Assistant Studies, Physician Assistant
  • Brown University, Providence, RI
    Bachelors of Science, Biology
    Graduated May 1996

Work Experience:

  • New England Baptist Hospital, Boston, MA December 2004- Present
    Orthopedic Physician Assistant

    • Experience in arthroplasty, spine surgery, sports medicine, and general surgery as the first assistant surgery
    • Able to pre-operatively plan primary and revision orthopedic surgery
    • Management of post-operative patients
    • Mentor of PA students from MCPHS, Northeastern, and Drexel
  • Pawtucket Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI June 2004- November 2004
    Emergency Room Physician Assistant

    • Fast trac per diem position
  • Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, and Podiatry, Pawtucket, RI November 2003- November 2004
    Orthopedic Physician Assistant and post-operative patients in the office
  • Rhode Island Hospital, Providence RI June 2003-November 2003
    Department of Surgery, Senior Research Assistant
  • Arlington Catholic High School, Arlington, MA November 1999- June 2000
    Science Department Instructor
  • Rhode Island Hospital, Providence RI December 1998- November 1999
    Collis Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, Research Assistant
    First assistant in pulmonic valve holograph transplants
    Publication: Hong, T., Maish, MS Cohen, J. Fitzpatrick, PA., et al.
    Reproducible Echocardiography in Juvenile Sheep and its application in the
    Evaluation of a Pulmonary Valve Homograft Implants,
    Contemp. Top. Lab Animal Sci. 39:20-25, 2000
  • Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI May 1996- September 1998
    Department of Surgery, Research Assistant
    Publication: Reichner, JS., Fitzpatrick, PA., Wakshull, E. and Albini, JE.
    Receptor- mediated phagocytosis of rats macrophages is regulated differently for opsonized
    And non-opsonized particles containing beta-glucan Immunology 2001:104,198-206

Certificates:

  • National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
    Certificate Number: 1059561
  • Massachusetts license number: PA1851

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