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The Military's Interservice Physician Assistant Program

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    The Army offers well qualified officers, enlisted soldiers, and cadets an incredible educational opportunity to become a physician assistant (PA) through the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP), located at the AMEDD Center & School, Fort Sam in Houston, Texas. Cpt. James J. Jones, program manager of the IPAP program, explains to host Lisa D'Andrea Lenell how 150 soldiers a year are trained as physician assistants in a consolidated tri-service program for the Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard, and U.S. Public Health Service. Tune in to hear how physician assistants serve as the primary medical provider to soldiers in combat, division level units and to the soldiers' family members.

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    The Army offers well qualified officers, enlisted soldiers, and cadets an incredible educational opportunity to become a physician assistant (PA) through the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP), located at the AMEDD Center & School, Fort Sam in Houston, Texas. Cpt. James J. Jones, program manager of the IPAP program, explains to host Lisa D'Andrea Lenell how 150 soldiers a year are trained as physician assistants in a consolidated tri-service program for the Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard, and U.S. Public Health Service. Tune in to hear how physician assistants serve as the primary medical provider to soldiers in combat, division level units and to the soldiers' family members.

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