Nickolas A. Reviello, PA-C, MSPAS
Physician Assistant-Certified (PA-C) i
Accepting New Patients
Philosophy of care
My level of care involves a holistic approach that considers not only your symptoms but also how they impact each facet of your life. Bodily systems intertwine; if one is affected, others also are to some degree. I offer you an empathetic approach based on clear communication regarding your best treatment plan.
Why I entered medicine
The study of medicine, from basic anatomy and physiology to general biology, has fascinated me from a very young age. A career in medicine interested me because I loved learning about the underlying causes of various ailments and because I witnessed the tremendous impact health care providers have on their patients and the overall community. My sister became a certified physician assistant and liked it, so entered the PA-C program at college. I knew quickly I had made the right decision.
I helped administer COVID-19 vaccinations through the physician assistant program. I assisted The Little Sisters of the Poor, a Catholic religious institute for women, with donations of food and other essential items. I have spoken to elementary school students on the importance of the flu vaccine. I have donated food and other items to the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter in Clarks Summit. I have helped with blood pressure and glucose checks at Scranton’s Steamtown Mall, and with setting up a GoFundMe page for a teenager fighting cancer.
I enjoy exercising and playing sports, fishing, listening to music, reading and spending time with friends and family. Learning about new topics both in medicine and within other fields is a huge passion of mine and essential to mental growth. I strive to learn something new each and every day.
Marywood University, BS - Bachelor of Science for Pre-Physician Assistant Studies, 2020
Marywood University, Master of Science - Physician Assistant Studies, 2021