CENTERVILLE, Ohio, June 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Joanne M. Moff, PA-C is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a PinnacleProfessional Member in the field of Medicine in recognition of her role as a Physician Assistant at Cardiothoracic Surgery Associates.
A frontrunner in the industry of cardiothoracic surgery, located in Ohio Cardiothoracic Surgery Associates
Amassing over seventeen years of experience in the field of medicine, in her current capacity Moff has gained expertise in the areas of cardiothoracic surgery care, orthopedic surgery, bariatric and general surgery. Having been inspired to go into the field of medicine since her adolescent years in high school, and dreaming of becoming a pediatrician, Moff remembers fulfilling her dreams of working with children by teaching for several years before returning to medicine and becoming a PA.
An enthusiast of challenges, when asked her advice to newcomers in the industry, Moff states that she "Loves the challenge as a Physician Assistant. There is always a lot to learn." Attributing her success to her "support from her sisters," Moff states that her husband, also a Physician Assistant "understands the stress associated with the profession."
Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, throughout the course of her education and training, Moff graduated with her Professional Certificate for Physician Assistant Studies in 2000 from the Kettering College of Medical Arts in Kettering, Ohio.
To further her professional development, Moff is an affiliate of several organizations including the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
In her spare time, Moff is a personal trainer and enjoys working out daily.
Moff dedicates this recognition to her husband, David P. Evans for his continuing love and support.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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