Undergraduate: Emory University (2017)
Graduate: University of St. Francis (2020)
Licensed by Virginia Board of Medicine and certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Memberships: The American Urological Association (AUA) and the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
Katie completed her Physician Assistant studies at the University of St. Francis in 2020. Prior to attending PA school, she worked as a medical assistant and a scribe in various sub-specialties including urology, urgent care, and orthopedics. Her passion for medicine and quality care drove her to pursue a Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies.
As a member of the Urology of Virginia team, Katie is trained to evaluate, diagnose, and treat urologic conditions in accordance with Urology of Virginia. Katie is excited to start her career in urology as she desires to be able to take care of a patient’s most intimate problems and improve his or her quality of life, whether it involves emergent cases such as kidney stones, significant social concerns such incontinence and erectile dysfunction, or life-threatening issues such as cancer.
In her free time, Katie enjoys working out, trying new restaurants, golfing, and watching movies.