Physician Assistants

Physician Assistants

Physicians Assistants are healthcare extenders for your Orthopaedic Surgeon. Our practice uses PAs to assist our Orthopaedic Surgeons in surgery. They see our inpatients daily as they do rounds at the hospital. They will chart your progress and speak several times a day with your surgeon about your status. PAs gather information for the physician on ER patients, and assist in the preparation of patients for surgery. You will see your PA before and after your surgery in the OR at our local hospitals. Our Physician Assistants also help our Physicians by holding clinics at several convenient times during the week for urgent needs, injections and presurgical health physicals. Please feel confident that you and your family members can ask your PA any questions and concerns during your time in the hospital.

r-dawsonRob Dawson, MPAS, PA-C

  • Alderson-Broaddus College – Phillippi WV Bachelors in Medical Sciences
  • Univ of Nebraska School of Medicine – Omaha NE Masters of PA Sciences – Orthopaedics
  • Natl Commission of Certification of Physicians Assts – #1015600
  • US Air Force Orthopaedic, PT, and Surgical Services career Since 1990 – decorated LT Colonel

s-millsSuzanne E. Mullis, PA-C

  • University of Southern Mississippi – Hattiesburg MS – BS in Biological Sciences – May 2002
  • University of South Alabama – Mobile, AL – Master of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies, July 2005
  • Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants – 2005 – NCCPA #1068558

 Josh Wing, NP and Fracture Liasion