Meet Savanna - The PA Platform Founder

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My name is Savanna Perry. I graduated from the University of Georgia in December 2011, and started PA school at the Medical College of Georgia in May 2012.  It changed names a couple of times while I was there, but I graduated from Georgia Regents University (same as MCG) in August 2014.  I've assisted with multiple interviews so I've been on both sides. I started working at a Dermatology office outside of Augusta, GA and it is literally the greatest job ever! I have come to love my profession even more, while learning all of the advantages and few disadvantages to being a PA.  My husband went through medical school while I was in PA school, and is now an internal medicine resident, so I have an interesting perspective into that route as well.  I have always enjoyed helping other people to achieve their goals, and that is my goal with this site! Feel free to contact me at any time!  I would love to hear your suggestions for the site, questions, and comments!  Feel free to email me at savanna@thepaplatform.com.  

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Meet Sam - Interview Coach

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Hey Everyone, I'm Sam and am originally from Tampa, Florida. I went to Emory University for undergrad and Barry University for PA school. I actually wasn't set on the medicine track until after college so I also took a few extra science classes at NYU. I am currently living in Brooklyn and working in Manhattan. My practice is all outpatient and I work closely with physical therapists. It's amazing how many things we learn need surgery but really just need some TLC (and exercise)! My favorite part of being a PA is that most of the time my work is not black and white. One of my patients recently e-mailed me and said "I had no idea medicine was so controversial!" He was talking about how multiple radiologist read his MRI slightly different! It keeps you on your toes! I also like being able to talk with people from all different walks of life. 

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