Fifty-four students recently began the professional phase of the King’s College Physician Assistant Studies program. This phase of the program refers specifically to the full-time, 24-month training program which consists of almost 11 months of didactic instruction followed by more than 13 months of clinical rotations. Upon completion of the professional phase, students will graduate with a master’s degree in physician assistant studies and are eligible to take the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Students, from left, first row, are Shannon Tucker, Sheila Jones, Shelley Goodpastor, Emily Dishong, Tina Hoang, Nicole Caccese, Carissa Sarlo, Lea Riviecco, Melissa Cicconi, Jenni Lynn Lisiewski and Priyanka Bahl. Second row:Catherine D’Elia, Ashley Sugalski, Dana Newman, Samantha Shelton, Brittany Slattery, Morgan Smyth, Megan Amey, Candace Fegley, Kesha Patel, Gianna Cordasco, Courtlynn Pulcini and Amanda Horton. Third row: Chelsea Hamershock, Michelle Carey, Tyler Guadagnino, Beth Ann Grega, Kayla Preisler, Danielle Brenizer, Courtney McNulty, Kathryn Phillips, John Paolino, Kevin McNavage and Casey Overfield. Fourth row: Nicole Munley, Teri Lynn Scatena, Rachel Kindred, Katelyn Williams, Adele Habbaz, Samantha Meilands, Hilla Davidi, Devon Woolfolk, Andrew Vo and Kelly Klaproth. Fifth row: Samela Mariano, Erika Baranowski, Abigail Brenkach, Jesse Balls, John Grimes, Christian Weiser, Kade Sorenson, Michelle Schmid and Kyle Woolfolk. Jill O’Malley is also a member of the class.