Paulina Collier is an orthopaedic surgery Physician Assistant practicing in Tampa, FL. After receiving her degree from Long Island University Brooklyn she began her career at the Hartzband Clinic in Paramus, NJ. She then took a position on the Orthopedic Team at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. After gaining significant exposure to orthopedics and trauma she started a contracting company where she helped treat patients in not just orthopedics, but neurology, plastic surgery and general surgery as well.
In April of 2019 her an her supervising physician opened a practice in Tampa, FL specializing in total hip and knee replacements; particularly in the outpatient setting.
Education and Training
James Madison University Bachelors of Science Degree 2008
Long Island University PA 2010
University of Nebraska MPAS 2017
Professional Society Memberships
- American Academy of Physician Assistants
What do you attribute your success to?
- Her mom
- AdventHealth Carrollwood
- Largo Medical Center ( Largo, FL )
- Legacy Surgery Center, Tampa FL
- Skyway Surgical Center
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