Departments & Organizations
Stephanie Neary is a physician assistant who graduated with a MMS from Midwestern University-Glendale in 2015. She began practicing clinically in refugee and urban, underserved family medicine clinics in Phoenix, AZ and now works in the Division of Endocrinology: Diabetes Management Service at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
In 2012, she became adjunct faculty at Grand Canyon University in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology and the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions teaching with both online and on campus formats. She served as a member of PAEA’s Future Educator Development Steering Committee from 2014-2018 where she helped create and facilitate the annual Future Educator Fellowship and presented multiple times at the AAPA national conferences and the PAEA Forums. She has previously worked as adjunct faculty for PA programs at both Northern Arizona University and AT Still University. Stephanie joined the Yale University PA Online Program as an Instructor in 2017. She is Didactic Coordinator, Course Director for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine I, II and III, the student society faculty advisor, a member of the Admissions Committee and an academic advisor for incoming and current students. Her research interests are in clinician wellbeing and burnout and virtual reality in medical education.
In addition to her PA work, Stephanie earned a Master of Public Administration in Health Care Management from Grand Canyon University in 2013 and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the George Washington University in 2010. She is licensed by the NCCPA.
Education & Training
|MMS||Midwestern University-Glendale, Physician Assistant Studies (2015)|
|MPA||Grand Canyon University, Health Care Management (2013)|
|BS||the George Washington University, Exercise Science (2010)|
Physician Assistant Education Association (2014 - Present) Future Educator Development Steering Committee
Physician Assistant Charleston, United States (2018)
Medical University of South Carolina - Division of Endocrinology: Diabetes Management Service