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NAACLS Accredited Training Programs for PAs

Why Become a PA?

A Pathologists’ Assistant (PA) is a highly trained, allied health professional who provides various services under the direction and supervision of a pathologist. Pathologists' Assistants interact with pathologists in a manner similar to physician’s assistants in surgical and medical practice, carrying out their duties under the direction of their physicians. PAs are academically and practically trained to provide accurate and timely processing of a variety of laboratory specimens, including the majority of pathological specimens. However, choosing to be a PA is something bigger than the tasks associated with it. Watch our video to hear directly from our members about why they chose this profession.

NAALCS CONTACTS

If you have any problems or questions concerning training program accreditation, please contact:

Donna Meaders
Staff Program Coordinator
dmeaders@naacls.org

or

Dr. Dianne Cearlock
NAACLS Chief Executive Officer
info@naacls.org

Further information about NAACLS (National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences) may be obtained from www.naacls.org.

Sustaining Members

2345 Rice St, Suite 220 | St. Paul, MN 55113 | Phone 800.532.AAPA | Fax 651.317.8048 | Email info@pathassist.org