P.A. Sikorski, originally from the midwest, graduated with a Bachelors in Biology from the University of Colorado, and her Master’s of Science from Arizona School of Health Sciences at Still’s University. A fellow member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, she has enjoyed practicing family medicine, urgent care internal medicine and clinical research since 1999. She is nationally certified and enjoys the full spectrum of family care from infants to geriatric care.
Arizona has fed her love of the outdoors as she enjoys the variety this state has to offer including hiking, camping and boating. Two children, four pets and a husband complete her family. She believes in well-rounded health care, the importance of patient education and a balanced lifestyle encompassing physical and mental health.
John McGuire grew up in Paradise Valley, AZ. He received his Family Nurse practitioner / Masters of Science degree from the University of Phoenix. He has 22 years of nursing experience, prior to receiving his degree. He has a passion to educate his patients that exercise and good dietary choices are the cornerstone for optimal health. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, traveling and reading. He is also involved with many charities focusing on the arts, mental illness, and the homeless.
Certified physician assistants (PAs) are licensed and certified health care professionals who practice medicine with physician supervision and bring a breadth of knowledge and skills to patient care.
Certified PAs can do a variety of procedures, including taking histories, conducting physical exams, diagnosing and treating illnesses, ordering and interpreting tests, counseling on preventative health care, assisting in surgery and writing prescriptions.
Today, approximately 75,000 certified PAs practice in almost every setting and medical and surgical specialty, improving access to care for patients across the U.S. while providing invaluable support to their supervising physicians.