DHSc, PA-C, MT(ASCP)
Director of Clinical Studies
Dr. Don Yager is the Director of Clinical Services for the School of Physician Assistant Studies and one of the original co-developers of the program. He has over 15 years experience as a Physician Assistant practicing in both emergency medicine and rural family medicine. He has practiced emergency medicine in both level 1 and level 2 designated emergency departments. While practicing family medicine, he participated in a migrant health clinic. He has previously volunteered with Child and Family Services. He has approximately 14 years of clinical medical laboratory experience and has been employed as a Medical Technologist (ASCP) at several major medical centers and with the American Red Cross.
Dr. Yager received his Doctor of Health Science degree from Nova Southeastern University. He also has been awarded a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies with an emphasis in Emergency Medicine from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine, a Bachelor of Science in Medical Science from Alderson-Broaddus College, a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Old Dominion University and an Associate in Science in Medical Laboratory Technique from The George Washington University.
Dr. Yager is an Associate Professor and is the Course Director for Clinical Laboratory Medicine. He has lectured in topics regarding emergency medicine, domestic violence, and childhood obesity. He is also involved in teaching in the CAM series, Didactic Summative Evaluation, Clinical Summative Review and HAPE courses.
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