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Andrew S. Berg

Andrew S. Berg

    PA-C
Instructor | Kansas City, Missouri    United States of America
Dermatology, Physician Assistants
Physician Assistant, Dermatology,...More
Spoken at 1 event
Speaking at 2 events

Biography :

Andrew S. Berg, PA-C has practiced as a Physician Assistant with Dermatology Specialists of Kansas City for the past 20 years and is a published first author in Dermatology with papers and posters presentations on Melanoma, Blastomycosis, and Rosacea. He has been a clinical preceptor for Physician Assistant students from University of Chicago, St. Louis University, and University of Nebraska. He currently precepts MS-III/IV from the Osteopathic University of Medicine and Bios-Sciences – Kansas City and has precepted for University of Missouri – Kansas City.

He was selected from the US Army’s Special Forces for the military’s first Inter-Service Physician Assistant Program class. (IPAP) He retired from the US Army as an officer after nearly 22 years of service. He is also a P.A.D.I. Master Instructor who teaches both scuba and advanced rebreather diving. He founded Veteran Adventures, a not-for-profit corporation leading disabled veterans and their children on adventure motorcycling and scuba diving excursions

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Specialties

Dermatology, Physician Assistants

Interested Topics

Physician Assistant, Dermatology, Melanoma, Blastomycosis, Rosacea, Health Care

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English

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