Caroline Roza is a Certified Physician Assistant and a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. She completed her undergraduate studies at The George Washington University earning a Bachelors of Science in Biology. After graduating, Caroline researched pediatric obesity at the National Institutes of Health. Caroline returned to The George Washington University to earn a Masters of Health Sciences in Physician Assistant Studies and a Masters in Public Health.
During her clinical rotations, she gained experience in dermatology. Caroline is trained on Botox, Xeomin and various dermal fillers. In her free time, Caroline enjoys running,yoga, cooking, and traveling.
What is a physician assistant?
A physician assistant (PA) is a medical professional who works with a doctor as a team. A PA is a graduate of an accredited PA educational program who is nationally certified and state-licensed to practice medicine. PAs are educated and trained similarly to physicians and share similar diagnostic and therapeutic reasoning. This team model is an efficient way to provide high-quality medical care. PAs in dermatology diagnose and treat a wide variety of skin, hair and nail conditions that are medical, surgical and cosmetic.