Ashley Sherry, PA-C

Ashley Sherry, PA-C

“I encourage patients to advocate for themselves and family members.”

Ashley Sherry, PA-C

 

What I enjoy most about medicine is the ability to help people through some of the worst times and hardest days. I encourage patients to advocate for themselves and family members. I enjoy educating patients and families on their health and support both body and mind wellness. I listen to patient concerns and understand that all families are different and what works for one may not work for another. I find this can lead to a relationship of trust and get patients on a pathway to improved long term health.

I love spending as much free time as possible with my twin daughters. I also enjoy family gatherings, reading, traveling and cooking.

Specialty

Family medicine

Education, Training and Certifications

Professional School: University of Wisconsin – Madison, School of Medicine & Public Health, Madison, WI, 2012

Certification: NCCPA-National Commission on Cert of Physician Assistants

Special Clinical Interests

Emergency medicine, urgent care and preventive medicine

Member

AAPA-American Academy of Physician Assistants
MAPA-Minnesota Academy of Physician Assistants

Specialty

Family medicine

Education, Training and Certifications

Professional School: University of Wisconsin – Madison, School of Medicine & Public Health, Madison, WI, 2012

Certification: NCCPA-National Commission on Cert of Physician Assistants

Special Clinical Interests

Emergency medicine, urgent care and preventive medicine

Member

AAPA-American Academy of Physician Assistants
MAPA-Minnesota Academy of Physician Assistants

Ashley Sherry, PA-C

 

What I enjoy most about medicine is the ability to help people through some of the worst times and hardest days. I encourage patients to advocate for themselves and family members. I enjoy educating patients and families on their health and support both body and mind wellness. I listen to patient concerns and understand that all families are different and what works for one may not work for another. I find this can lead to a relationship of trust and get patients on a pathway to improved long term health.

I love spending as much free time as possible with my twin daughters. I also enjoy family gatherings, reading, traveling and cooking.