- MPAS – University of Florida, Gainesville
- BA, Chemistry and Biology – University of West Georgia, Carrollton
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support – American Heart Association
- Basic Life Support – American Heart Association
“I came to CTCA because I wanted to be able to spend more time with my patients and not be rushed in our appointments,” says Brandy Owens, Physician Assistant at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Atlanta. “At CTCA®, I have the time to provide the Mother Standard® of care.”
Owens earned her Bachelor of Arts in Biology in 2001 and her Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry in 2002, both at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton. She became a certified Emergency Medical Technician in 2002 and worked in that capacity in Georgia until 2006.
Owens then completed her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Florida in Gainesville in 2008 after rotating through several clinical rotations throughout Florida. From 2008 to 2013, Owens worked as a Physician Assistant in Emergency Rooms locally in Georgia. She joined CTCA in July 2013. Since joining CTCA in 2013, Owens has provided patient care to surgical patients and has now transitioned to inpatient medicine with the Intermediate Care Unit.
Owens is certified by the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants and licensed by the State of Georgia. The American Heart Association also has certified Owens in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Basic Life Support.
At CTCA, Owens serves as a Physician Assistant on Intermediate Care unit providing care to ill patients. She ensures that her patients understand the various aspects of their care, always taking the time to answer any questions and collaborating with various departments to give the necessary care her patients need and deserve.
Outside of work, Owens enjoys spending time with family and traveling.
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