Because it's a hands-on class. You will get to do a whole lot of procedures—either on real people or on simulator manikins—so you will get a lot of experience.
And because I have eight years of experience in ER medicine and procedures, you know I have firsthand knowledge. I have been doing procedures for a long time, and that makes for a lot of questions and great interaction in class.
Upon completing the PA Program, you will have developed a confidence in touching the patient and not being afraid to attempt a procedure. You also will have a new level of professionalism, and hopefully, a willingness to give back to the program by precepting PA students because you had such wonderful preceptors.
UDM has a quality program that trains you to be a top-notch PA, and when you graduate, you will have several offers for great paying jobs. People love to hire our graduates. We have great relationships with all the healthcare systems in southeastern Michigan, and when they know you graduated from UDM, they know you are good.