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Jason Radke, MMS, PA-C

Instructor, Interim Chair

Jason Radke, MMS, PA-C is the Director of Experiential Learning and an Instructor for the Physician Assistant program at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.  He earned a Bachelor of Arts in biology and psychology from The University of Iowa in 2003.  He graduated with a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University in 2006.  Jason began his career as a PA in emergency medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, but has spent the majority of his time working in General Pediatrics. In addition to his roles as a faculty member in the PA program, Jason is the co-director of Healthy Families Clinic.  This is a pediatric clinic that provides free service to the surrounding communities, while also facilitating an interprofessional clinical experience for PA and psychology students.

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