What is a Physician Associate?A Physician Associate (PA) is a dependent health care professional who has been trained to the medical model and works under the supervision of a consultant or GP.
What is a Physician Associate?
A Physician Associate (PA) is a dependent health care professional who has been trained to the medical model and works under the supervision of a consultant or GP.
Where can a PA work and what can they do?
Physician Associates work in both primary care (General Practice) and secondary care (largely Hospital and Mental Health Trusts).
How do I train to be a Physician Associate in KSS?
If you wish to train for an exciting career as a Physician Associate in Kent, Surrey and Sussex, you have a choice of three excellent post-graduate education programmes.
Supervising a Student PA
The KSS School of PAs supports clinical supervisors and students in both primary and secondary care to ensure successful, rewarding placements.
Employing a Qualified PA
Information and advice for employers who are considering adding PAs to their workforce.
Professional Indemnity for PAs
Advice on professional indemnity for PAs practicing in the UK.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for PAs
Physician Associates registered on the PA-MVR at the FPARCP are required to undertake continued professional development to remain up to date, enhancing and developing their skills to continue working as a safe practitioner and improve standards of care.
Information and updates as the profession moves towards regulation.
KSS School of Physician Associates
Post Graduate Education Centre
East Surrey Hospital
01737 768511 ext 6635
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