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Andrew Mackie, MPAS, PA-C
Andrew Mackie, MPAS, PA-C
Email: [email protected]
Academic:
05/15-present
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Physician Assistant Program
-Assistant Clincal Professor, Physician Assistant Studies
05/13-4/15
Johnson & Wales University, Center for Physician Assistant Studies; Providence, RI
-Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies
-Academic Coordinator: Oversee curriculum & provide instruction in newly
accredited 24 student PA program (students matriculated June 2014).
05/13-5/14
Northeastern University Physician Assistant Program; Boston, MA
-Guest lecturer: lectured on critical care topics in both 2013 & 2014
07/14-06/16
Northeastern University Physician Assistant Program; Boston, MA
-Adjunct Clinical Instructor
10/07 to 10/12: UMassMemorial Medical Center; Worcester, MA
-Academic Coordinator: PA Critical Care Residency: teaching of PA residents in
critical care including lectures, coordination of monthly 2 hour symposium, and
also teach biweekly journal club to provide residents with Evidence-Based
Medicine skills.
09/04 -12-04:
Mass College of Pharmacy & Health Science; Boston, MA
-Instructor: Physician Assistant Program
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Andrew Mackie, MPAS, PA-C
Email: [email protected]
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Clinical:
05/13-present
UMassMemorial Medical Center; Worcester, MA
-Per Diem PA, Hospitalist Service: On a weekly basis provide care for patients in a
busy ER who are awaiting a bed on the hospital medicine service.
01/14-12/14
South Shore Hospital; Weymouth, MA
-Per Diem PA, Critical Care: On an occasional basis provide care for patients in
one of three ICUs in a large community hospital.
6/06 to 05/13:
UMassMemorial Medical Center; Worcester, MA
-Lead PA (9/07-5/13): Memorial Campus Critical Care Unit: scheduling and
oversight of 14 midlevel clinicians providing 24 hour care for 14 bed medical ICU,
billing for services, performance of invasive procedures.
-CCOC (9/07-5/13): Critical Care Operations Committee member, global planning
& oversight for organization of care and patient safety in 7 critical care units.
-eICU (6/06-7/07): instrumental role in new program from first day in operation to
its expansion to more than 100 beds on 3 campuses.
5/96 - 12/98 & University Cardiology Foundation; Providence, RI
12-99 to 6/06:
-Provide all aspects of medical care for cardiac inpatients on 36-bed CCU/ICCU
-Perform triage/initial consultation for the entire floor from a variety of referral
sources including the ER, medical floors, and outside hospitals.
12/98 -11-99:
Rhode Island Medical Imaging; Providence, RI
-Placement of venous access devices using image guidance, clinical evaluation &
follow up of patients before & after both major & minor interventional procedures.
9/91 - 5/96:
Hospital of St. Raphael; New Haven, CT
-Hospital medicine team with 12 PAs integrated within a physician residency
program affiliated with Yale medical school, rotated through specialty teaching
services including cardiology, nephrology, oncology, geriatrics, & general medicine.
-Served one year appointment as Chief Physician Assistant.
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Andrew Mackie, MPAS, PA-C
Email: [email protected]
EDUCATION
12/2012:
University of Nebraska PA Distance Learning Program
Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies
Masters Project: Critical Care of the Obstetric Patient
8/1991:
Yale University School of Medicine Physician Associate Program
Graduate level certificate
Honors recipient for thesis/paper requirement (Subject: National Health Care)
PA Class President
6/1989:
Harvard University - Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies
Major: Natural Science
CERTIFICATIONS & LICENSURES
 Licensed by the State of Massachusetts (expires 3/2017)
 DEA (expires 1/2016)
 MCSR (expires 8/2015)
 NCCPA certified (expires 12/2016)
o Scored in 96th percentile on most recent recertification exam (2010)
 BLS (expires 2/2017)
 ACLS (expires 3/2017)
 FCCS Certified Instructor (Fundamentals of Critical Care Support) 8/07
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