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Emergency Medicine Advanced Practitioner Residents

Jang Garcia, PA

Bay Path University, Longmeadow, MA

Jang Garcia, PAI was born in southern California and grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I attended the University of New Mexico where I obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Prior to PA school, I worked as an EMT at an acute care emergency department in Albuquerque, New Mexico for over eleven years. The ED offered many clinical lessons and opportunities for personal growth, which confirmed my love for emergency medicine. My love for travel brought both my wife and pet beagle across the country to further my medical career at Bay Path University PA program.

During my clinical year, I was fortunate to rotate at Baystate Medical Center for my emergency medicine rotation. I was challenged to further develop my prior skills, as well as creating additional responsibilities to my new role as a PA. A skill I was privileged to assist in during my rotation was performing bedside ultrasound exams for both FAST and gynecologic exams. I saw substantial value to the use of this skill to providing our patients the most optimal care in the most time efficient manner.

The rotation was a conformation of the place I would like to work at the start of my PA career. The PA’s that I had the privilege to work with gave me insight to the opportunities available at a teaching hospital, as well as a residency program. I know that I initially want to put myself in a setting where I can develop my critical care skills and broaden my medical knowledge.

Medicine will be challenging at times, and what I cannot decipher for myself, will oftentimes require consulting with other clinicians to produce the best possible care for my patients. Working in an emergency department has added to my understanding of the value of a team. My acceptance to the Emergency Medicine Advanced Practice Residency and joining the Baystate team is an honor. I look forward to working at this Level 1 trauma center to enhance my passion for emergency medicine.

Outside of the hospital, I am a sports fanatic, and enjoy any kind of physical activity. I am excited to continue experiencing all the beautiful sites of New England with my wife, friends, and new addition to our family—a baby boy!

Chelsea Dexheimer, PA

Bay Path University, Longmeadow, MA

Chelsea Dexheimer, PAChelsea is a Western Massachusetts native, and is so pleased to be afforded the opportunity to serve the community she grew up in. She loves this area for the beautiful nature and diversity of arts and culture. On her downtime, Chelsea enjoys hiking, gardening, cooking for friends and family, and seeing live music.

Since embarking on a career in the medical field, Chelsea has always had a keen interest in emergency medicine. Baystate Medical Center offers the only level one trauma center in the area, and it has been a goal for Chelsea to learn from the experts in this unique environment. Her expectations were exceeded while rotating in the BMC emergency department during her clinical year of education. Not only did she receive the highest level of training, she also observed an unparalleled level of respect and camaraderie between employees, and a united effort to ensure the best patient care possible. Chelsea knew then that the PA Emergency Medicine Residency was the ideal program to build her skills and competencies as a provider.

William Mohn, PA

Bay Path University, Longmeadow, MA

William Mohn, PAHello! I’m Will and I am very excited to begin my PA career with the amazing team at Baystate. My journey started in eastern MA where I grew up. After high school I enlisted in the Air Force and spent over 6 years in various locations including Alaska, Utah, and Iraq. During my time in Iraq I had an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to volunteer my time assisting the incredible medical professionals at the hospital there. This is where I decided to pursue medicine as a career. After my deployment I came home, finished my enlistment, and then hit the books.

I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a B.S. in microbiology. During that time I also worked as a CNA in a long-term care facility and as an emergency room technician at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. Finally I was accepted to the Bay Path University PA program and now the Baystate Emergency Medicine PA residency program. I knew once I graduated I would not have trouble finding a job. However, I wanted more specific training that would bring my skills to a higher level and jump-start my career as a PA. Once I heard about the intensive training I could receive as a PA resident at Baystate I knew it was where I wanted to be.