"...the physician assistant profession was the perfect fit for my life's work. It would enable me to interact with and help people to improve their physical well-being."
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Kathryn Niederer, PA-C (Certified Physician Assistant), attended Emory University in Atlanta, GA where she received a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology and minoring in Biology. She returned to Emory University where she attended the Physician Assistant Program and received a Master of Medical Science in 2003. During her training, she applied and was accepted to do her surgical rotation at Yale University and an oncology rotation at MD Anderson Cancer Center. She was the recipient of the Heritage Award.
Prior to relocating to Richmond and joining the Richmond Vein Center, she worked as a Hospitalist PA and has 10 years of internal medicine experience at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, GA, Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA and Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City.
Kathryn is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and a certified registered phlebology sonographer.
AAPA, American Academy of Physician Assistants
VAPA, Virginia Association of Physician Assistants
ACP American College of Phlebology
CCI, Cardiovascular Credentialing International
Member of the Venous Forum
Secretary of Richmond Region VAPA Organization
Senior PA at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Certified REGISTERED PHLEBOLOGY SONOGRAPHER since 2015