Lori Felker, MPAS, PA-C, attended Eastern University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Exercise Science. Shortly after graduating, Lori worked in Center City Philadelphia at a rehabilitation and fitness center.
Lori comes from a family of Physician Assistants; her brother-in-law and husband both graduated from Drexel University’s Physician Assistant program. Lori continued the tradition and attended the Physician Assistant Program at Drexel (then Hahnemann) University.
Lori comes to Arcadia University with 11 years experience in emergency medicine in which she still practices clinically at Union Hospital, Elkton Maryland. Lori was also employed for 10 years at the Christiana Care Emergency Department in Delaware. Lori came to Arcadia University as an Adjunct Professor for the Physician Assistant Program Delaware Campus in 2007. She functioned in various roles including lecturing for the Physical Diagnosis and Emergency Medicine courses. Lori received her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine. Lori joined the program as a full-time Assistant Professor in June of 2011 and was excited to move into her current role as a Clinical Coordinator for the Physician Assistant Program in 2013.