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Physician Assistant Education in Minnesota - MN

Candidates for Physician Assistant licensure in Minnesota must have graduated from a program offered by one of the Physician Assistant schools in Minnesota that has been accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Inc (ARC-PA).  The Physician Assistant program takes three years to complete and includes course work as well as clinical practice.

The Board of Medical Practice requires that Physician Assistants obtain at least 50 continuing education hours biennially.  Often these are available through Physician Assistant schools in Minnesota.  Alternatively, PAs may choose to take the current NCCPA exam every two years. These requirements must be met in order to renew one’s license, which is done for all PA’s every two years on July 1.

While the board mails renewal notifications, it’s the PA’s responsibility to renew the license. License may lapse for a period of time, but failure to renew within two years after the initial lapse will result in full cancellation of the license.

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Physician Assistants in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Rochester, Minnesota may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the United Hospital, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Children’s of Minnesota and St. Mary’s Hospital.

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