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Back in 1966, the lack of medical doctors in both the military and civilian health care systems led to the development of the physician assistant. Today, the Interservice Physician Assistant Program provides the uniformed services with highly competent and compassionate physician assistants. Fifty active-duty Airmen were just selected as candidates for the training program. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) AF selects 50 physician assistant training program candidates
The Air Force has selected 50 active-duty Airmen for the Interservice Physician Assistant Program, with the first phase of training to begin in August at Fort Sam Houston. The IPAP mission is to educate and train physician assistants for the uniformed services. The 29-month program is open to enlisted, officers and U.S. Air
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