Alithia Broderick PA is a Massachusetts licensed, nationally board certified Physician Assistant. She became the first Physician Assistant Co-Investigator in the department of Infectious Disease at Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital where she did Phase-One Vaccine trials. In 2010, she did human stem-cell research for Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital. Then she moved to private practice under the mentorship of David J. Goldberg MD JD where she established a Boston affiliate to a Manhattan Dermatology Practice. Alithia helped develop a Patient-Centered teaching model that was adopted by Kaiser Parmanente to train their medical staff. In 2012, Alithia joined Dr. Donahue as Managing Partner of Personal Health MD. Her special interest is Lifestyle Medicine optimizing patient’s professional performance and wellness.
PA Broderick’s education includes a Bachelor Degree in Bio-Chemistry from University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 1998. She graduated magna cum laude from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with a second Bachelor Degree in Health Science in 2003 and Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2005.
PA Broderick is a member of American Association of Physician Assistants, Association of National Certification of Physician Assistants, Society for Participatory Medicine, International Society of Travel Medicine, and a certified EpiCore member. She is an active member of the Boston community, mentoring Harvard University Women in Business (HUWIB), volunteering as House Doctor for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and she is a member of the Back Bay Association and the Newbury Street League.