Mallory Sullivan

Assistant Professor + Clinical Coordinator,  Center for Physician Assistant Studies

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After earning my degree, I completed a one-year emergency medicine development program at Rhode Island Hospital.”

Bio

Mallory Sullivan, PA-C, is a native of Worcester, Massachusetts, who has transitioned to make Rhode Island her home. She earned a bachelor of science degree from Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, where her love for the small state began. She went on to complete her M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences in Worcester, Massachusetts.

After earning her degree, she completed a one-year postgraduate training program in emergency medicine at Rhode Island Hospital and has since been an integral part of the Emergency Department team. She now works clinically in their large academic medical center setting as well as their community hospital. Sullivan’s knowledge of and experience with the Lifespan hospital system has allowed for strong relationships with many of the program’s clinical rotation placements.

When she is not working, Sullivan enjoys entertaining with family and friends, exploring the culinary world with new recipes, and always supporting her New England sports teams.