About the PA Program


What is the PA profession's outlook?

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the  2014 median annual salary for Physician Assistants was $95,820 per year. The BLS projects that the number of PA jobs will increase by 30 percent between 2010 and 2020, much faster than the average for all occupations. The Master's of Physician Assistant Studies was ranked the No. 1 Best Master's Degree for jobs by Forbes.com in 2014.

Augusta University has a long tradition of PA education.

Augusta University's PA program received its accreditation in 1973, making it one of the oldest programs in the South. Augusta University's Medical College of Georgia is the 11th oldest medical school in the United States.

Home-grown Faculty
Ten of our PA faculty members are graduates of the Augusta University program:

Associate Professor, Laura Lee, MHE, PA-C, ('86)
Chair & Program Director, Judith Stallings, EdD, MHE, PA-C ('90)
Education Director, Sara Haddow Liebel, MSA, PA-C ('91)
Admissions Director, Lisa Daitch, MPA, PA-C ('98)
Professor, Laura McClary, DHSc, MHE, PA-C ('03)
Associate Professor, Rebecca Rote, PA-C ('08)
Associate Professor, Kathy Dexter, MPA, PA-C ('08)
Associate Professor, Stevie Redmond, PA-C ('10)
Assistant Professor, Rachel Fink, PA-C ('12)
Clinical Director, Elizabeth Prince-Coleman, PA-C ('13)