In 1967, John Betz was a recruited by Dick Smith to train for a new category of mid-level practitioners at MEDEX. During his preceptorship phase, Betz was assigned to rural clinic in Othello, WA where he remained in practice for 44 years. This digital story captures Betz’s life and career in words, photos and video. Go to http://goo.gl/u5Z75R
MEDEX Northwest has recently approved changes to both the clinical and academic prerequisites. Applicants planning to apply to either degree (BCHS or…Read More
The MEDEX application is now closed for the 2014/2015 cycle! All CASPA and MEDEX supplemental applications submitted before the deadline…Read More
In August of 2014, 119 students graduated from MEDEX Northwest from across four sites: Seattle, Spokane, Yakima and Anchorage. This short video captures the celebratory moment, when two years of personal sacrifice, intensive study and clinical rotations opens up the profession of physician assistant to these individuals.
What does it take to become a physician assistant? Apart from the basic clinical skills of medicine, one must cultivate…Read More
On January 6th, the current MEDEX Seattle didactic students returned from winter break to a new classroom, effectively doubling the size of the previous space.