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The History of the Physician Assistant Profession

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The History of the Physician Assistant Profession
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    Guest Vic Germino, a member of the 1961 first graduating class of the physician assistant program established at Duke University, discusses the history of the profession with host Lisa D'Andrea Lenell. Mr. Germino explains how Dr. Eugene Stead, Jr., then chairman of the department of medicine at Duke University, conceived of the program and the obstacles confronting the first physician assistants. Mr. Germino also discusses the development of the practice and the changes he has observed of the physician assistant's role in providing healthcare services.

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    Guest Vic Germino, a member of the 1961 first graduating class of the physician assistant program established at Duke University, discusses the history of the profession with host Lisa D'Andrea Lenell. Mr. Germino explains how Dr. Eugene Stead, Jr., then chairman of the department of medicine at Duke University, conceived of the program and the obstacles confronting the first physician assistants. Mr. Germino also discusses the development of the practice and the changes he has observed of the physician assistant's role in providing healthcare services.

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