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Bethany Saul, PA-C
Bethany is a Rhode Island native. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in Durham, NH with a Bachelors in Medical Microbiology. While at UNH, she worked as a part of a research team in neurosciences. After graduating from UNH, Bethany found an interest Ophthalmology and worked for an Ophthalmologist in Rhode Island. Due to her passion of research, Bethany took her Ophthalmic background and furthered her education at Tufts Medical Center in Boston where she worked in ophthalmic research. Her strong passion for volunteering and public health services led her to volunteer throughout RI and MA, as well as completing a mission trip in San Jose, Costa Rica. These experiences pushed her to pursue a dual master's in Public Health and Physician Assistant studies at Tufts University School of Medicine. During her time at Tufts, she participated on the fundraising committee as a member of the Tufts University PA student society, while also working per diem as a QA/QI coordinator in the Addiction Services Division at Bay Cove Human Services. Honorably, Bethany’s academic and professional achievements in public health were recognized for furthering research in addiction medicine, leading her to graduate from Tufts University School of Medicine as a proud member of the delta omega honorary society in public health.
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