Allysha Varughese, PA
August 28, 2018 Hurtt Family Health Clinic
I am a California native, but I did my undergraduate degree in Anthropology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. With a love for health and culture, I decided to come back home to pursue my Masters of Public Health at UC Irvine. It was through exposure to population health and the growing need for Primary Care providers in this country that I decided to become a Physician Assistant. I graduated from the Eastern Virginia Medical School Physician Assistant Program in May of 2018.
To treat every patient with respect and kindness so that patients can be completely themselves and that I can do my best work as a clinician.