Alana Pantely, MSPAS, PA-C, Paramedic, is a Concierge Primary Care Physician Assistant at Connected Health.
Alana graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science, Psychology degree where she was also a research assistant at UPMC Women’s Hospital. She received her Paramedic Certification at the Center for Emergency Medicine of Western PA. She then completed her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at A.T. Still University.
Alana first worked as a Crew Chief and Paramedic for the New Kensington Bureau of Fire Medical Corp. in Pittsburgh where she practiced advanced life support medicine in medical and trauma incidents. She was also responsible for all pharmaceutical inventory.
Shortly after, she moved to Phoenix, AZ to work at BMG Urgent Care/Pediatrics as the Lead Physician Assistant where she won the awarded for Successful Patient Smoking Cessation Program.
She then returned to PA to work with Heritage Valley Health System Internal Medicine Specialists in Beaver Falls. She was the practicing Physician Assistant specializing in internal medicine including, but not limited to, medical care and management for complex medical cases and persons with significant co-morbidities, sick visits, and procedures such as suturing, I&D, and wound care.
Alana is a national dance champion as well as a displayed artist. She enjoys painting, yoga, and astronomy. She is also an avid dog lover.
University of Pittsburgh
A.T. Still University
MD, Physician Assistant Studies
Heritage Valley Health System Internal Medicine Specialists
Alliance Urgent Care
Practicing physician assistant (2017)
BMG Urgent Care/Pediatrics
Autonomous Clinical Provider, Lead Physician Assistant (2013-2016)
New Kensington Bureau of Fire Medical Corp
Paramedic, Crew Chief (2007-2012)
Center for Emergency Medicine of Western PA
Award for Successful Patient Smoking Cessation Program
Highlighted in Phoenix Best Docs Issue
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