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Kristy Altongy-Magee, MPAS, PA-C
Assistant Professor, Director of Clinical Education

School of Physician Assistant Studies


Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

Professor Magee received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Roger Williams University in 2003.  While receiving her degree she interned and then worked as a research assistant in the Pulmonary Department at Memorial Hospital of RI, on NIH funded research with genetic diseases.  In 2005, she graduated from MCPHS University – Boston, with a degree in Health Sciences and then obtained her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2007.  Professor Magee initially worked at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Internal medicine on the Hospitalist service, where she was a faculty appointed clinical Lecturer.   She spent the next 5 years in Surgical and Critical Care specialties at Georgetown University Hospital, St. Vincent Hospital and University Surgical Associates at Miriam Hospital, where she still remains on staff.  Professor Magee has been an adjunct Professor at MCPHS University – Worcester, since 2011 and joined the full time faculty in September 2013.

MCPHS University – Boston – Masters in PA studies, Class of 2007
MCPHS University – Boston – Bachelors in Health Sciences, Class of 2005
Roger Williams University – Bachelors in Biology, Class of 2003

Professional Licensure/Certification
NCCPA since 2007, PA license in state of MA and RI, Controlled substance registration in state of MA and RI, DEA Registration

Areas of Teaching
PA studies- Clinically area of specialty Surgery/Critical Care Medicine

Current Professional Memberships, Service & Leadership

Personal Interests
Spending quality time with my family