Center for PA Studies in the News

Click to launch a photo gallery of the unveiling of JWU’s new Center for PA Studies. Pictured, l-r: JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey; program director George Bottomley; JWU Chancellor John Bowen '77; Governor Lincoln Chafee; and Jeffrey Senese, JWU VP of Academic Affairs.JWU + Brown University Enter into Health Care Collaboration
JWU’s Center for Physician Assistant Studies and Brown University’s Alpert Medical School have united to improve medical education. Read the story.

JWU’s PA Program Granted ARC-PA Accreditation
Now it’s ready to train the next generation of PAs.

RI Leaders Attend PA Program Launch
The December 2012 dedication of JWU’s dedicated PA facility welcomed members of RI’s medical, education, government and business communities, including Governor Lincoln Chafee. Read the story.

In the Media

Physician Assistants Can Help Fill Primary-Care Need, November 2013
George Bottomley discusses, with Providence Business News, JWU's holistic, humanistic and collaborative approach.

JWU, Brown University Discuss Health Care Collaboration, March 2013
Further details of the JWU-Brown University partnership.

JWU, Brown Discuss Health Care Partnership, March 2013
Providence Business News covers the JWU-Brown University agreement.

JWU Launches First PA Program in State, Jan 2013
JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey and George Bottomley discuss program plans with the Rhode Island Medical Journal.

JWU Unveils Plans for Physician Assistant Training Center, Dec 2012
The Providence Journal offers a first look at JWU’s new program and facility.

JWU Purchases Clifford St. Building to House New PA Program, Oct 2012
Providence Business News focuses on JWU’s long-term development plans in downtown Providence.