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New president of AAPA shares vision for physician assistant profession
The new president of the American Academy of PAs is bullish on the future of the physician assistant profession. Jennifer Orozco, MMS, PA-C, began her AAPA presidency on July 1. She practices in vascular surgery and serves as director of advanced practice providers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Orozco spoke recently with our sister publication HealthLeaders about a range of issues, including the agenda for her AAPA presidency, the role of PAs in care teams, and her vision for the future of the PA profession.
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