Megan Mills, M.S., PA-C

Megan MillsTitle:
Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies

B.A Health Sciences - Gettysburg College, 2007
M.S Physician Assistant Studies - Pace University, 2010

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Advance Cardiac Life Support
Da Vinci First Assistant

Thoracic and Foregut Surgery, Urology, Internal Medicine

Academic and Research Interests:
Minimally invasive thoracic and foregut surgery, smoking cessation, nutrition and disease, global health

Biographical Summary:
Megan completed her undergraduate degree at Gettysburg College, and graduated from the Physician Assistant Program at Pace University in Manhattan in 2010.

Megan began practicing in outpatient internal medicine in Marlton, NJ. She then became a surgical PA in urology and gynecology where she participated in the expansion of the robotic surgery program at the Regional Medical Center in Vineland, NJ.  

For the past three years, Megan has been an integral part of the thoracic surgery team at Temple University Hospital. She has developed an expertise in bedside assisting in robotic thoracic and foregut operations. Megan initiated the division’s first PA student elective clerkship in 2015.

After five years of clinical practice, Megan returns to the classroom to fulfill her passion for education. She values the significance of mentorship and effective teaching, and is thrilled to join the team of faculty at Philadelphia University.

She and her husband have lived in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia since 2011. They are active members of City Life Church and love to travel.


APPLY to Jefferson