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 opportunity to help people feel their best.  Pediatrics offers not only the chance to help children of all ages be well, but also the privilege of working with the entire families and building a relationship with children, parents, and even grandparents.  I listen carefully to concerns, understand that every family and child is unique, and work with your family to ensure the best possible care for your children.    

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

Specialty

Pediatrics

Convenience Care

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.