Dr. Lorraine Jamieson
- Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies
Dr. Jamieson joined the faculty of the Graduate Program in Physician Assistant Studies in January 2012. Currently she serves as the Clinical Coordinator and manages a cohort of 55 - 65 students. In addition to coordinating the clinical year curriculum, Dr. Jamieson teaches a clinical laboratory procedure course and assist with clinical simulation training.
She is a graduate of the Bayley Seton Physician Assistant Program, and has a wealth of clinical experience as a physician assistant in areas such as Emergency Medicine, Primary Care Medicine, and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine. She worked as a PA in facilities such as Jamaica Hospital Medical Center (a level I trauma center), Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens, and St, John's Episcopal Hospital as well as other primary care offices. While working as a PA she also precepted many physician assistant and other health profession students.
Prior to pursuing a career as a PA, she was a Registered Respiratory Therapist. She attained her Master's Degree in Health Care Administration from Walden University and her Doctor of Medical Science degree, with a concentration in PA Education from the University of Lynchburg.
Dr. Jamieson is passionate about mentoring and serving the public. She believes mentoring should encompass not only academics, but also professional and personal growth. During her time at Mercy, she has embarked on quite a few medical and public health missions with students and faculty to provide care to the underserved. To her helping others in any capacity is both rewarding and fulfilling.
Doctor of Medical Science – University of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA
M.S. in Health Care Administration – Walden University, Baltimore, MD
Dr. Jamieson teaches a course in Clinical Laboratory Procedures in the graduate program of Physician Assistant Studies.
Enhancing, Teaching, Learning and Service by Participating in a Medical Mission with an Interdisciplinary Team to provide medical relief to one of the most Globally Challenged Countries in the World for Medical Mission to Nicaragua in May 2013.