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Erika Iverson from Red Rocks Community College was in town on Monday to talk with Otero Junior College nursing program and Rocky Ford Family Health Center. Red Rocks is seeking students for its Physician's Assistants program and also housing for students when they are interning here.Red Rocks Community College in Arvada is offering a Physician's Assistants program to qualified persons who wish to provide primary care to medically under-served areas. If current trends continue, by 2025 there will be a statewide shortage of nearly 2,200 primary care providers (Colorado Health Institute,http://www.louisvuittonrains.com/, 2009).Persons who would be interested in this program would include nurses and emergency medical technicians. It is one of two programs in the state of Colorado. It is a 25 month program, graduating 30 PAs each year. The two year program tuition cost per student is less than $45,http://www.christianlouboutinfrrains.com/,000 (including Master's St. Francis PA program in Pennsylvania).The Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant Program is accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). The RRCC program offers courses leading to a Certificate in PA Studies and prepares the student for the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE) which is administered by the National Commission for the Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). Upon passage of the PANCE, graduates are eligible for licensure in any state. Students admitted to the RRCC PA program may elect to co-register at St. Francis University to pursue a fully-accredited master's degree.Red Rocks has been awarded a Health Resources and Services Administration grant to fund tuition for two students per class going into primary care in a rural/underserved community; these students do all their rotations in rural areas and are committed to practicing rural once they graduate.This program is seeking local families who would be willing to house a PA candidate during the rotation assignment in the La Junta area. There will be a background check at the expense of the program and a reimbursement to the host family of $10 a day. For more information, contact Erika Iverson, Project Coordinator PA Program, office (303) 914-6280 or cell (507) 313-3334. Her email is Erika.Iverson@rrcc.edu.
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