Phil Davis

Principal Faculty Physician Assistant Studies

Professor Phillip Davis is a Physician Assistant with a lifelong passion for graduate medical education with a focus on professional development and advocacy. He joined the Emory & Henry School of Health Sciences Masters in Physician Assistant Studies as principal faculty in January 2021.

Professor Davis received his BS in Physician Assistant Studies from The George Washington University in 1996, summa cum laude. He received his Masters of Physician Assistant Studies in Family Medicine from the University of Nebraska in 1999.

Professor Davis served on active duty in the U.S. Navy Medical Department, from 1980 until 2009, and practiced in Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery. While on active duty, Professor Davis was selected to complete a pilot Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery with the United States Air Force, and subsequently developed and became the first Program Director for the Navy’s Orthopaedic Physician Assistant Fellowship. He is currently completing his Masters in Health Administration with The George Washington University.

Professor Davis is the director for the Physician Assistant Practice course and provides lectures and assists with both clinical medicine and clinical skills courses. In addition to his faculty duties, Professor Davis volunteers as a physician assistant with the Mel Lehman Free Clinic and provides sports medicine coverage for the Emory & Henry sports programs.

Professor Davis is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of Physician Associates, where he also holds membership, Physician Assistant Education Association, and Virginia Academy of PAs.

Professor Davis resides in Marion, Virginia with his wife Connie. He enjoys reading,
history, fishing, and kayaking.

  • Phil Davis

Contact Info

565 Radio Hill Road

Marion, VA 24354



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