Primary Care Physician Assistant Program at USC

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Primary Care Physician Assistant Program at USC

The Primary Care Physician Assistant Program at USC has a long and successful history of training and graduating outstanding clinicians who work in a variety of medical care settings with diverse patient populations. Our graduates are trained not only for clinical excellence, but also in the breadth of competencies required to be professional leaders in this exciting career within the rapidly changing, medical environments of the 21st century.

The PA Program is administered by the Department of Family Medicine.

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