Joy Roberson, PA-C

Joy Roberson, PA-C

Joy Roberson is a board certified physician assistant. She received her Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Philadelphia University in 2006. She has been practicing here since 2008 and previously worked in Family Medicine. She is an active member of the Virginia Association of Physician Assistants, the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. As a PA-C, she sees new and returning patients and works directly with all physicians at Metropolitan ENT by treating all aspects of otolaryngology. She focuses on patient education and especially enjoys working with pediatric and allergy patients.

In her spare time, Joy enjoys running, outdoor activities, and traveling.


Video Introduction - Joy Roberson, PA-C

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What is a Physician Assistant?

Physician assistants (PAs) have a generalist medical education and practice as part of a physician-led team. Each PA’s scope of practice is defined by the supervising physician’s delegation decisions, consistent with the PA’s education and experience, facility policy, and state laws. PAs provide care in a variety of practice settings. Not only can PAs perform a range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, but they also enhance coordination of care and patient satisfaction.

PAs work in concert with physicians, complementing the physician’s ability to deliver a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services to diverse patient populations. PAs’ rigorous education, versatility and commitment to individualized treatment help physicians and practices function more efficiently and enhance continuity of health care.

American Academy of Physician Assistant

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