Clinical Coordinator (Glenside)
Judy received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 1979. After working a couple of years with the geriatric population and obtaining her Paramedic I and II certification, she returned to continue her education at Hahnemann University where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 1985.
Judy has spent the majority of her clinical years working in both pediatrics and family medicine, with some orthopedics thrown in for good measure. She has been a part of the Arcadia family almost since its beginning, involved primarily with the Physical Diagnosis class, as well as serving as a Clinical Coordinator. Until recently she continued to work clinically in family medicine but has now devoted all of her time to the education of the students at Arcadia.