Happy National PA Week!

National Physician Assistant (PA) week is October 6th – 12th, 2018. The weeklong holiday recognizes the profession and its contributions to the nation’s health.

Meg Hanshaw is a certified Physician Assistant who joined Southern Crescent Women’s Healthcare in August 2018. She is certified by the NCCPA and is a member of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants and the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Meg discovered her passion for women’s health during clinical rotations in her graduate program as well as during her time spent volunteering with Wellspring. To learn more about Meg Hanshaw, click here.

Welcome to the Southern Crescent Women’s HealthCare family, Meg!

And to the physician assistant’s across the United States, Happy National PA week!

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