Orange Regional Medical Group, Physician Assistant, 01/2017 - PresentReferred to and consulted with physicians and other healthcare providers. Obtained and analyzed laboratory results. Performed rapid, focused exams in triage. Cared for patients in acute and chronic pain. Performed incisions and drainage. Educated patients on a variety of infectious diseases issues. Provided patient diagnoses under strict time constraints. Pharmacological and non-pharmacological management and treatment of various disorders and diseases. Provided patient education. Skillfully performed suture removals for patients of all ages. Followed infection control procedures. Performed bedside procedures such as I&D, foreign body removal, laceration repair and wound care.
What do you attribute your success to?
- The good education she received at Kings College and that started working in emergency, which exposed her a variety of medical circumstances from the beginning.
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Favorite professional publications
- Journal of Urgent Care Medicine, The Clinical Advisor
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Physician Assistant Jennifer Marie Thornell, PA-C Provides Services for the Greater New York Area
Get to know Physician Assistant Jennifer Marie Thornell, who serves the New York City tri-state area at Orange Regional Medical Center.
Speciality: Urgent Care, Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics
College: King's College
Hospital Affiliation: Greater Hudson Valley Health System
Education: Jennifer graduated from King’s College in Pennsylvania in 1998. She is board certified as a Physician Assistant. She is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Life Support, BLS and Healthstream Online Education.
Current Position: Jennifer currently practices within Orange Regional Medical Center in New York and is affiliated with Greater Hudson Valley Health System.
Physician Assistant: They are healthcare professionals who assists physicians in the practice of medicine as a part of a healthcare team while collaborating physicians and other providers. Physician Assistants are concerned with preventing and treating human illness and injury by providing a plethora of health care services under a supervising physician. Their scope of practice varies by jurisdiction and healthcare setting.
Personal: Jennifer attributes her professional success to the great education she received at Kings College and working in emergency medicine which exposed her a variety of medical conditions from the beginning. When she is not working she enjoys traveling.
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