Physician Assistant (PA) Programs / Schools in New York

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There are 18 (!) Physician Assistant (PA) programs in the state of New York. Here is a list in alphabetical order.  Learn about each program by clicking on these links about each PA program in New York:

Albany Medical College Physician Assistant Program: Masters

CUNY York College Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors

DYouville College Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors, Masters

Daemen College Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors, Masters

Hofstra University Physician Assistant Program: Certificate, Bachelors

Le Moyne College Physician Assistant Program: Masters

Long Island University Physician Assistant Program: Certificate, Bachelors

Mercy College Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors, Masters

New York Institute of Technology Physician Assistant Program: Masters

Pace University Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Program: Certificate, Masters

Rochester Institute of Technology Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors

SUNY/Downstate Medical Center Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors

St John’s University Physician Assistant Program
: Certificate, Bachelors

Stony Brook University SUNY Physician Assistant Program: Masters

The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education Physician Assistant Program: Certificate, Bachelors

Touro College Physician Assistant Program: Bachelors

Wagner College/Staten Island University Hospital Physician Assistant Program: Certificate, Bachelors, Masters

Weill Cornell Medical College Physician Assistant Program: Certificate

Good Luck!

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