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Mark S. L'Eplattenier

Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Program


Degrees

MPAS, 2005, Oregon Health Science Univ; BS, 1989, Rutgers University; AAS, 1984, Suny Nassau Cc


Bio

Bio:  Mark L’Eplattenier graduated from Rutgers/UNMDNJ Physician Assistant Program in 1989, and subsequently received a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2005 at Oregon Health Science University.  He has been involved in Physician Assistant Education since 1990, in various titles including adjunct faculty, clinical coordinator and academic coordinator.  Currently, he is serving as academic coordinator for The Department of Physician Assistant Studies at Hofstra.  Mark has worked clinically in emergency medicine, internal medicine, and endocrinology, and has a commitment to working with underserved populations.  He has research interests in Endocrine disorders including diabetes, and thyroid disease, and in health promotion.  He presented a lecture at NYSSPA Fall Conference 2012, titled “Thyroid Update 2012”, is a yearly lecturer at PA Practice Day at SUNY Downstate on resume writing, cover letter and job interviewing and is a test writer for PAEA.

Courses Taught
PHA 215         Physical Diagnosis I
PHA 220         Physical Diagnosis II
PHA 224         Medicine I (Pulmonary and Gastroenterology topics)
PHA 225         Medicine II (Hematology)
PHA 227         Medicine III (Surgery)
PHA 219         Diagnostic Modalities (EKG Interpretation, Procedures)
PHA 233         Correlative Medicine


Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
PHA 220 PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS II Graduate
PHA 224 MEDICINE I Graduate
PHA 225 MEDICINE II Graduate
PHA 227 MEDICINE III Graduate
PHA 233 CORRELATIVE MEDICINE Graduate
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