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We’re so proud of our Spring & Summer 2015 graduates! Some students couldn’t come to graduation because they were already back at school – but we’re equally proud of them all! Read more »
The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, was implemented to provide increased access to healthcare. Since there will be additional patients, what does that mean for allied health professionals?
At our graduation luncheon on February 28, we celebrated EXCELL Education’s five spring graduates. NJSSPA immediate past president Ryan White provided some words of wisdom and Lt. Colonel Steven P McKenzie, spoke about the rich history of Physician Assistants in the military and the exceptional opportunities available to future PAs. Read more »
Applications for our spring session closed on Monday….and we had so many outstanding applicants that we almost didn’t have enough physician assistant mentors to handle them all! We intentionally keep our program small so we can give each student personalized attention – but this season, our applicants really inspired us. So, we pulled a few strings, secured a few more opportunities, and opened up just 3 more spots.
We truly believe in investing in the future of the PA profession – it’s one of the fastest-growing jobs in the USA, and we want to do all we can to help those who feel it is their true calling. Our program remains elite, and we only accept top students who we think have what it takes to be a phenomenal Physician Assistant. So these three spots will fill up quickly! We’re leaving the opportunity open for two more weeks, but bear in mind that our admissions process is based on rolling applications – so they may not last that long!
We can’t wait to meet our prospective PA students – but remember, if we don’t have your application by December 15, you’ll have to wait for the Fall Session to apply. Request your application now!
We’re thrilled to announce that the EXCELL Physician Assistant Mentorship and Clerkship program has been so successful (graduates to date have all been accepted into PA school!) that we’ve decided to offer the coursework portion of the program to students who want to maximize their Physician Assistant potential but are unable to participate in a full mentorship or clerkship program.