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WAPA recognizes that one of the best ways to increase the number of well qualified physician assistants practicing in Wyoming is to encourage Wyoming residents to attend PA education programs. Wyoming residents are more likely to return to our state to practice upon graduation. To assist Wyoming students in achieving their PA educational goals WAPA established a scholarship program in 1993. Learn more about our scholarships...

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Greetings from WAPA's president!

Hello from the Wyoming Association of Physician Assistant (WAPA) board of directors. My name is Shawn Ficken and I am the acting President. I was appointed to this position in July of 2017 and my tenure will be through the summer of 2019. I feel very fortunate to be able to... read more

Wyoming is a rural state. Distance and isolation imposes different concepts and problems for the delivery of quality health care. WAPA works closely with the State Board of Medicine, Wyoming Medical Society, and other professional and community organizations to promote access and delivery of quality medical care... read more...

Get the latest on 2018 Annual CME Conference with over 20 hours CME planned!

WAPA has Extended the Scholarship Application Deadline! Please inform Wyoming residents currently in PA programs that the deadline to apply is now April 15! Keep the Wyoming PA profession stong.  

The Wyoming Association of PAs enjoys a high membership rate, and we encourage all members to become involved in the decision-making concerning our success. The board has an open door policy and encourages your opinions. Join WAPA today!

April 2014 WAPA Board Meeting