Alithia Broderick, PA-C

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Alithia Broderick MSPAS PA-C is a Massachusetts and New York licensed, nationally board certified Physician Assistant. Her clinical practice is executive dermatology, using both traditional and advanced-edge treatments, to help patients and assists in concierge primary care.

Her education includes a Bachelor Degree in Bio-Chemistry from University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 1998, a second Bachelor Degree in Health Science at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2003 and Masters Degree of Physician Assistant Studies at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2005. She was the first Physician Assistant Co-Investigator in Infectious Disease at Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital in a Phase-One HIV human vaccine trials. Then at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital, she co-authored a human study published in the Pain Journal that assessed perceived and examined pain experience using pluripotent cell sampling for phenotype correlation to guide novel pharmacological treatment. She contributed to a sentinel study done by Dr. Edward Krupat PhD Harvard Instructor and Psychologist to develop coded criteria for best physician bedside manner, later adopted by Kaiser Permanente to teach their medical students how to better communicate with patients.

PA Broderick is a member of American Association of Physician Assistants, Association of National Certification of Physician Assistants, Society for Participatory Medicine. She is a state board member of the Physician Assistant Licensing and Regulatory Board and a National speaker for the Physician Assistant organization. She is an active member of the Boston community, mentoring Harvard University Women in Business (HUWIB), and volunteering as House Doctor for the Boston Symphony Orchestra.