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As a PA I am grateful for the training I’ve received from IPAP and the training and lessons I learn everyday from seeing patients. I love the versatility I have as a PA. I also am grateful for our PA leadership but also my local leadership at JBER. We have a strong network of PAs and commanders. I’ve been afforded several opportunities and been pushed to step outside of my comfort zone because of all that support and I could not do my job well or grow and develop as an officer without it.
As a PA there are many things I am grateful for and never take for granted. One of them is the foundation of my education and classmates through PA school which was a challenge not only to learn a career but to also figure out how to be on your own at 21. I am very grateful for the network of PAs I have met in my Air Force career as a contractor and now as active duty. Another is leadership who jas been very supportive of PAs. Lastly all the nursing staff I have encountered who make it possible to be a successful team! So many things to be grateful for everyday!
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