Martha B. Yallup Health Sciences Building
Dr. Anthony Stephas completed his Doctorate in Health Science (DHSc.) through A.T. Still University . He obtained his Physician Assistant training from Kettering College of Medical Arts graduating in 1991. He also holds a Master of Science degree in advanced physician assistant studies from A.T. Still University with a concentration in education. Committed to working with underserved populations, his first clinical position was in family practice at Sea Mar community Health Center in Mount Vernon Washington. In 1994 he began work at Yakima Valley Farm Workers clinic in Toppenish where he worked in urgent care. His most recent position was at Central Washington Occupational Medicine in Toppenish. Prior to becoming a physician assistant his medical experience included work as an EMT, Fleet Marine Force corpsmen and a respiratory therapist at the University of Minnesota Children’s Hospital.
The didactic faculty is responsible for coordinating and teaching the assigned courses in the PA Educational Program curriculum and report to the appropriate Academic Coordinator and then to the Program Director.