PARSIPPANY — Connor M. Clark, PA-C, who graduated from Parsippany Hills High School in 2013, recently graduated from West Liberty University in West Virginia with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies, Class of 2019. More recently, he passed the National exam, the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination (PANCE).
As a result, Connor has achieved National success by achieving NCCPA Certification as well as the PA-C Emeritus Designation.
A physician assistant (PA) is a state licensed healthcare professional who practices medicine with physician collaboration. PAs are able to perform an extensive range of medical services from entry-level primary care to highly technical specialty procedures in nearly every medical and surgical healthcare setting.
West Liberty University is a forward-looking, four-year public university steeped in a rich heritage as West Virginia’s oldest institution of higher education. Established as West Liberty Academy in 1837 (26 years before the state was admitted to the Union), it was created to respond to the need for higher educational opportunities west of the Appalachian ridge. The institution is named for the town in which it is located. West Liberty was so named in the late 18th Century as the westernmost point of the new liberty provided through the Declaration of Independence.
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