Stephanie A. Bossi, PA-C, MSPAS

Pulmonology

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Specialties
Pulmonology
Languages spoken
English

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About Stephanie A. Bossi

Philosophy of care

I provide you health care services and education aimed at disease prevention and health maintenance.

Why I entered medicine

I chose the physician assistant (PA) profession because it allows me to work at the level of care I am comfortable providing, and enter the work force with a master's degree. I also wanted to be in a profession that allows flexibility and change throughout my career.

Community involvement

I coach my 4-year-old son's tee ball and U5 soccer teams.

Personal interests

Spending time with my family and four children, playing and watching sports, running (I am an avid runner) and exercise.

Education

Undergraduate
King's College, BS - Medical Studies, 2004

Graduate
King's College, Master of Science - Physician Assistant Studies, 2005

Training


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