His teachers and peers voted him best intern and outstanding resident during his residency in Chicago. During residency, he wrote first-of-its-kind book on medical residency training that was published by McGraw-Hill. He is sole author of this book. It is sold across the world.
His colleagues voted him medical staff president in 2005.
He was Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Utah from 2001 to 2010.
Rotarians, churches, marines group have invited him for talks. Local papers and TV channels have interviewed him on medical issues. ‘ABC world News’ interviewed him for a story on use of generic drugs.
He hosted a weekly radio show on health issues for nearly 10 years.
He founded Smart Healthcare in 2013, which has now grown to offer Cardiology and Primary Care services.
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She did residency training at Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation, New Orleans.
Over the years, her patients have come to her fully confident that they will get best possible care, have an attentive ear, and will be treated with dignity, respect and compassion.
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After earning her Bachelors in Biology from Louisiana Tech University, PA Cole attended the Mississippi College Physician Assistant Masters Program. There, Ashley was named a GE-NMF Primary Care Leadership Program scholar and served in many leadership roles.
Currently, PA Cole serves as House of Delegates representative for the state of Nevada in the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Click here to contact her
We are a mission based medical practice, located in the beautiful southwest part of Las Vegas. We are conveniently located on West Tropicana, just east of I-215 exit and just west of south Durango.
We have plenty of easily accessible parking including lot of available covered parking. We are also accessible through bus route number 201.
To nurture solid partnership with our patients based on respect, trust, knowledge and pro-active principles; so that our patients can use advances in health care field to better their lives. Six Smart Principles guide us as a team:
- Understand and anticipate the unique needs of those we serve
- Understand and respect the points of view of those we serve
- Strive to provide the best care based on our good faith judgment
- Treat a person and not just a test
- Recognize that medicines sometimes can be worse than the disease
- Be a valuable team player-when invited to do so by providers- by providing quality care to the patients