Physician Assistant Graduates Achieve One Hundred Percent Pass Rate

The Harding University Physician Assistant Program announced all 35 members of its December 2017 graduating class passed the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE), a national licensing exam required to practice as a physician assistant. All of the graduates achieved a passing score in their first attempt at the exam. This is the third time a Harding class of PA graduates has achieved a one-hundred percent pass rate.

“These graduates have worked very hard to achieve this, and we are very proud of them,” said Dr. Michael Murphy, director of the physician assistant program. “The feedback I’ve received from many of our past graduates is that they felt very well prepared by the PA program’s curriculum.”    MORE

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