PAB Conducts CME Audits

The Physician Assistant Board (Board) is conducting Continuing Medical Education (CME) audits pursuant to Section 1399.617 of Title 16 of the California Code of Regulations. This regulation authorizes the Board to audit a random sample of PAs who have reported compliance with the CME requirement ...

California PAs Meet With Legislators

Every California legislator needs to know about the important contributions PAs make to California’s healthcare system. Several California PAs recently visited with their state representatives. These meetings are important and make a difference.               PAs attend a fundraising luncheon for State Senator Toni Atkins                 PAs attend a fundraising ...

2018 CAPA Election Results

Dear CAPA Members, Below are the certified results of the 2018 CAPA Election. Those listed below will take office on July 1, 2018. CAPA Board of Directors: Vice President:                                       ...

CAPA 2018 Student Scholarship Winners

We’re excited to announce the winners of the CAPA 2018 Student Scholarships! CAPA 2018 Student Scholarship Winners Community Outreach Scholarship Chloe Pappas, PA-S MBKU Ray Dale Memorial Scholarship Tatiana Nemanim, PA-S MBKU Ruth Webb Minority Scholarship Monica Taylor, PA-S Loma Linda CAPA Foundation 2018 Student Scholarship Winner Stuart Pinto Memorial Scholarship Sydnii Ray, PA-S Loma Linda  

PA Salaries Rise as State Hurdles Fall

States are easing barriers that in the past led to redundant tasks or slowed the ability of patients to get the care they needed in a timely fashion. And when states lift such barriers, AAPA figures show PAs making $2,000 to $4,000 more annually.