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Jessica Byrdy , PA-C

Physician Assistant located in Peoria, AZ & Scottsdale, AZ

About Jessica Byrdy , PA-C

Jessica is a compassionate, kind and patient provider who was born & raised in Arizona. She attended ASU for her undergraduate studies and graduated Summa Cum Laude with her BS in Human Nutrition, she then attended Midwestern University in Glendale where she graduated with her MS in Physician Assistant Studies. 

While studying, she worked at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Arizona where she met her husband. They married after he graduated medical school and they now have a son and daughter and live in Glendale, AZ.

Jessica has worked with Dr. Pitea since 2014 and with Dr. Mounzer since 2016. She loves teaching and has pursued this professionally by becoming adjunct faculty for Midwestern University's PA program where she teaches PA students.

 She believes educating patients on their disease process and plan of care is key to excellent outcomes and patient understanding. Education also enables the patient to feel more empowered to make well-informed decisions about their care. Ultimately, she knows that we are all fearfully & wonderfully made and deserving of love and care.

 

 

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Jessica is a compassionate, kind and patient provider who was born & raised in Arizona. She attended ASU for her undergraduate studies and graduated Summa Cum Laude with her BS in Human Nutrition, she then attended Midwestern University in Glendale where she graduated with her MS in Physician Assistant Studies. 

While studying, she worked at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Arizona where she met her husband. They married after he graduated medical school and they now have a son and daughter and live in Glendale, AZ.

Jessica has worked with Dr. Pitea since 2014 and with Dr. Mounzer since 2016. She loves teaching and has pursued this professionally by becoming adjunct faculty for Midwestern University's PA program where she teaches PA students.

 She believes educating patients on their disease process and plan of care is key to excellent outcomes and patient understanding. Education also enables the patient to feel more empowered to make well-informed decisions about their care. Ultimately, she knows that we are all fearfully & wonderfully made and deserving of love and care.

 

 


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