Cumulative Review of Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminology for Future PA Students 
Featuring:
The Most Entertaining Way to Study Medicine!
PA School Prep Includes:
Cumulative Review of: 
the Cardiovascular System, Digestive System, Respiratory System, Endocrine System, Integumentary, Nervous System, The Brain, The Urinary System

An Anatomical Breakdown of All 206 Bones in the Body

In-Depth Explanations of Pathology with Easy-to-Remember Comics to Ensure Students Retain Lecture Material 

Free Access to a 1400-Page Anatomy and Physiology Textbook to Aid in Learning and Retention

Topics Structured by Former PA school Adjunct Faculty to Acclimate Your Students to the Fast-Paced Lecture Style in Order to Improve Note-Taking Skills

And So Much More...

Why PA School Prep?
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Our Program Makes Expectations Clear: 
Your Students Will Know What Your PA Program Expects of Them When School Begins
An Increased Understanding of Graduate-Level Course Material 
Translates Into Higher Test Scores, GPAs, and PANCE Pass Rates.
PA School-specific preparation
For Courses Like Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology.
Instill Confidence in Your Students' Foundational Knowledge
By Preparing Them for the Strenuous Academic Challenge that Lies Ahead.
Make Sure Your Students Start PA School Ahead of the Game
By Making Academic Success More Attainable.
Courses are Directed by Some of the Most Prominent Figures in Pre-PA Education.
The Information Presented is Accurate and Up to Date. 
Our Lectures Cover Each of the Body's Main Organ Systems in an Easy-to-Understand Manner to Ensure that your Students are Prepared Once Physician Assistant School Matriculation Begins. Each Student is Provided with Access to a FREE 1400-Page Anatomy and Physiology Textbook to Aid in Their Learning. By Preparing for Graduate-Level Education Through our Program, Our Clients Ensure Their Academic Success Within ANY Physician Assistant Program.
Who We Are
Dr. James Smith
MD, FACEP
As a graduate of Georgia Tech and the Medical College of Georgia, Dr. Smith then completed his Residency at Harvard Medical School. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for both the Georgia College of Emergency Physicians (GCEP) as well as the Medical Association of Georgia (MAG). He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine as well as a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians (FACEP). His wealth of medical knowledge as well as his interest in educating future PAs makes him the ideal mentor for PA School Prep.
Dr. Alyssa Bryant
MD
Dr. Bryant attended Medical School at the University of Chicago and completed an Emergency Medicine residency and Fellowship in Medical Education at the Emory School of Medicine, where she stayed on as faculty as an Assistant Professor. She has international medical experience working with underserved populations in Liberia. She is also published for her work in teaching Emergency Medicine Residents. Her passion for educating future providers makes her a valuable asset to the PA School Prep team.
Brian Palm, PA-C
Brian is a Board Certified Chief PA of Emergency Medicine. Member of the AAPA as well as Georgia Association of Physician Assistants. Currently works at a Trauma Center in metro Atlanta, GA. Former adjunct faculty and Admissions Panel member at an accredited PA school. His interest in PA School Prep stems from his passion educating his students and patients on acute illnesses as well as preventative care.
Jorge Muniz, PA-C
Founder, Medcomic
Creator of Medcomic, a series of educational cartoons that makes learning medical concepts memorable and fun. Jorge is the author and illustrator of the book “Medcomic: The Most Entertaining Way to Study Medicine” and continues to post new artwork weekly at the Medcomic blog. His passion for teaching began in PA school where he began creating educational cartoons to help his classmates study for exams. Jorge’s illustrations provide an innovative perspective for important medical topics introduced in PA School Prep. He currently works at an internal medicine practice in Orlando, Florida.
Paul Gonzales, PA-C
Paul entered PA school in May of 2014 at UT Southwestern Medical Center and since then he has become the Senior Editor of First Rounds, the student section of PA Professional. He is also the author of his own blog titled “Trust Me, I’m a PA Student” in which he educates prospective PA students about nearly every aspect of the application process. His blog also provides study material for those currently matriculating in PA school. Paul is a National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA) and Health Foundation (NHHF) scholar, a SAAPA PAragon Award recipient, and a St. David’s Neal Kocurek scholar, and he hopes to serve as an example for future Latino PA students and all minorities across the board. He continues to serve as a leader for the PA profession, volunteering his time to multiple facets of our community.
FAQs
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Why PA School Prep?
We've created a coalition of Pre-PA educators that understand the road that lies ahead for Physician Assistant students.  Our curriculum is specific to those of PA schools so the information being presented is tailor-made for the future of your students.  The curriculum aligns with the NCCPA blueprint, ensuring the material being presented will best prepare your students for a graduate-level education.  Our courses can be completed at an individual pace and modular quizzes ensure complete understanding of the material before moving on to the next subject.
What Can Your Students Expect from the PA School Prep Course?
After enrolling and completing PA School Prep, your students will have a strong, refreshed foundation of knowledge that will lead to an increased understanding of the material being presenting in your Physician Assistant program. All of our lectures and quizzes are online-based and can be completed on their own time before school starts. Refreshing their knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminology will help lead to a smoother transition to a graduate-level education, an increased understanding of the material being presented during lectures, less stress/anxiety once matriculation starts, as well as increased exam scores. Our courses are instructed by some of the best and most well-known Pre-PA educators we could find to ensure your students are successful.
How Long Will the Course Take to Complete?
We generally recommend the entire course be completed within a week to ensure your students retain the information being presented, but as stated above, the lectures are designed to be presented at one's own pace.
How Will Our PA Program Know Our Students Completed the Course?
We will provide your program with a complete list of your matriculants and whether or not they completed the full course before school begins.
Want More Information?  Email us!
info@paschoolprep.com