Office: PA Facility 300
Degrees: Master of Arts in Education (Marietta College), 2006; Master of Physician Assistant Studies (University of Nebraska), 2002; Bachelor of Science in Medical Science (Alderson-Broaddus College), 1994
Year appointed: 2002
Miranda Collins, MEd, MPAS, PA-C, serves as associate professor for the Marietta College Physician Assistant Program. She is course coordinator for the Physical Exam I and Professional Issues courses and team teaches in the Physical Exam II and Clinical Medicine courses. Mrs. Collins joined the faculty of Marietta College's Physician Assistant Program in 2002 as the Clinical Coordinator and served in that capacity until 2008.
She is course coordinator for the Physical Exam I and Professional Issues II courses and team teaches in the Physical Exam and Clinical Medicine courses."
She began clinical practice in 1994, working full time in emergency medicine until becoming involved with PA education. After joining the Marietta College Physician Assistant Program, she continued to work part-time in emergency medicine and urgent care.